Restaurant permit: granting of the proxy permit Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Anyone wishing to operate a catering industry in need of authorisation by a deputy requires a proxy permit. This is granted to the holder of the restaurant permit for a specific deputy and may be limited in time. For each person who is to exercise the trade as a substitute, the trader requires a proxy permit. The exercise of the trade by the deputy may also be permitted on revocation until the permit has been granted (catering establishment permit for a provisional proxy permit). If the trade is no longer operated by the deputy, this must be notified immediately to the licensing authority. The authorised representative can only be granted if the restaurant permit has already been issued or is issued at the same time. On the other hand, a provisional restaurant permit does not yet form the basis for a delegate permit.

As owner of the restaurant permit: informal written application As a future deputy: Declaration of safety of the tax office Certificate of leadership (document type "0") Information from the Business Central Register Certificate of information from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in accordance with the Restaurant Act


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