Business licences The Company Licensing Centre at 735 Industrial Avenue is available.

Business licences The Company Licensing Centre at 735 Industrial Avenue is available.

a through the night Dance Event licence is needed for a conference that gives real time or pre-recorded music between the hours of 3am and 9am. The main tasks of those activities consist of listening and dancing to music. These activities are generally known as “raves”.

Approximate expense

  • $369 per occasion

Approximate schedule

  • 30 days*

*Timelines are approximate and can even be much much longer because of circumstances that are unforeseen.

License requirements

These details is supplied for reference only please refer towards the Business Licensing By-law when it comes to appropriate needs

Who to make contact with

Company Licensing Centre – 613-580-2424 ext. 12735

Where you can use

Amusement place permit

An enjoyment spot permit is necessary for a company that delivers activity or enjoyment and includes: five or maybe more machines that are arcade, five or even more billiard or pool tables, a bowling alley, tennis driving range, roller skating or even a hallway where activity is supplied.

Approximate price

  • $247 yearly

This permit is non-transferable and expires yearly on March 31.

Approximate schedule

  • 3 months

Timelines are approximate and will be much much much much longer because of circumstances that are unforeseen.

License requirements

Who to get hold of

Please go to a customer provider Centre or phone 613-580-2424 ext. 12735

Where you should use

Auctioneer permit

An auctioneer permit is necessary for a person attempting to sell products, wares, product or results and livestock by general general public auction.

Approximate expense

  • $214 daily
  • $522 annually*

*The permit expires yearly on 30 april.

Approximate schedule

  • Often released on consumption

Timelines are approximate that can be much much longer as a result of circumstances that are unforeseen. (more…)

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Alabama judge throws out payday lenders’ lawsuit

Alabama judge throws out payday lenders’ lawsuit

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) – A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge is tossing down case filed by payday loan providers who desired to challenge their state’s development of a main database to monitor the loans. Pay day loans are short-term, usually high interest loans that will have prices up to 456 %.

People who brought the suit stated the Alabama State Banking Department ended up being surpassing its authority by producing the database, capping loans at $500 and ensuring customers do not get multiple loans which go over the limit. (more…)

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