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Checklist for contractor for compliance under Contract labour Act (Abolition & regulation ) 1970

Check list For the contractor for compliances to be followed by the  contractor under Contract labour Act (Abolition & regulation ) 1970 Documents Required During Hiring A New Contractor
1.Registration Certificate under Shops & Commercial Establishments Act.
2.Rent Deed in case, office is rented.
3.Registration certificate of EPF
4.Registration certificate of ESI.
5.Registration certificate of Service Tax.
6.Pan card of the Company or Proprietor incase of individual.
7.Address proof, ID proof of the contractor (Proprietor)
8.Labour License under Contract Labour Act.
9.Undertaking for Compliance.
10.Indemnity Bond - Duly signed, stamped & notarized on Rs. 100/- stamp paper.
Documents required for New Contract License: (By Contractor)
1. Application for License in Form IV (triple copy).
2.Principle Employer’s certificate in Form V
3.Registration Certificate of the company (Principle Employer)
4.Annexure of manpower of the company (Principle Employer)
5.Employee Details (ID N…
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