Licences Act, 2010
Licences (Manufacturing) Regulations, 1999
Statutory Instrument 36 of 1999
- Commenced on 9 August 1999
- [This is the version of this document at 5 July 2017.]
1. CitationThese Regulations may be cited as the Licences (Manufacturing) Regulations, 1999.
2. InterpretationIn these Regulations—“manufacturing” means making goods or articles by subjecting physical matter to any process which materially changes it in substance, character or appearance, or assembling components into finished products, or bottling mineral water or natural water, for export sale or reward;[replaced and substituted by regulation 2 of SI 16 of 2000 w.e.f. 10 April 2000]“goods” includes food and beverages.
3. Manufacturing licence
4. Application and licensing fees
5. Documents to accompany applicationAn application for a licence shall be accompanied by the following documents—
6. Restriction on grant of licenceThe Authority shall not grant a licence to—
7. Bodies to be consultedBefore granting a licence, the Authority shall consult—
8. Conditions of the licence
9. Extended scope of licenceNotwithstanding the Licences (Trade) Regulations, the holder of a licence under these regulations may import raw material or products and components for assembly and sell on the premises any goods or articles manufactured under the licence.
10. Limit on the number of licencesThe Authority may, in the interest of an existing manufacturing business or a sector of the Industry limit the number of licences for such period of time as the Authority may deem necessary.
11. Display of licenceThe holder of a licence shall display the licence at a conspicuous place at his principal place of business.
12. Validity and transferability of licence
13. Small scale manufacturersWhere the application is in respect of small scale manufacturing of food products and the annual gross turnover does not exceed SCR100,000, the Authority shall require the applicant to pay an administrative fee of SCR500.[regulation 13 replaced and substituted by regulation 2(e) of SI 65 of 2011 w.e.f. 31 October 2011]
14. Suspension, revocation and non-renewal of licence
15. SurchargeA person, who was the holder of a licence under Licences (Manufacturing) Regulations (Cap 113 Sub. Leg P.33) or under these Regulations and applies, after the expiry of the licence, for a licence under these Regulations shall, unless the Authority is satisfied that the person had, during the period between the expiry of the previous licence and the application for new licence, ceased manufacturing, be liable in addition to the licence fee and any other penalty under the Act, to a surcharge equal to 10% of the licence fee for each month or part of a month constituting that period.
16. Existing licenceAny licence granted under the Licences (Manufacturing) Regulations and in force on the commencement of these Regulations shall continue in force for the period of validity of the licence.
17. Change of management or ownershipWhere there is any change in the management or ownership of a business in respect of which a licence has been granted the holder of the licence shall notify the Authority in writing of the particulars of such change within ten days of its occurrence.
18. Power of entry and search
19. Repeal of Cap 113 Sub Leg P.33The Licences (Manufacturing) Regulations are repealed.
History of this document
05 July 2017 this version
09 August 1999