Organising a weekly market Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
A weekly market is a regularly recurring, time-limited event where a variety of vendors offer one or more of the following types of goods: food authorised alcoholic beverages, in so far as they are produced from home-made products of viticulture, agriculture or fruit and horticulture; the purchase by the original producer of alcohol for the production of liqueurs and spirits from fruit, plants and other agricultural raw materials for which the starting materials are not fermented itself is permitted; raw natural products with the exception of live animals. Fruit, horticulture, agriculture, forestry and fisheries products
Proof of personal reliability: Valid identity card or passport (additionally an up-to-date registration certificate upon presentation of the passport)* Up-to-date extract from the Federal Central Register for submission to an authority (certificate of leadership) Up-to-date extract from the central business register for submission to an authority* *The information must be requested from the municipality of residence for submission to an authority, i.e. it will be sent directly to the municipality of residence. It is essential that you provide the exact address of the competent licensing authority and the intended use when applying. The information can also be requested in the online procedure provided by the Federal Office of Justice/Citizens' Services. The information may not be older than three months. Proof of economic performance: Up-to-date certificate in tax matters of the competent tax office (to be presented in the original) Extract from the debtor register of the Central Enforcement Court, which can also be requested electronically under www.vollstreckungsportal.de. Information from the insolvency court as to whether proceedings have been opened (so-called negative certificate)
weekly market: Variety of commercial providers certain goods Hand sale
The establishment of a weekly market obliges the organiser to organise the event. Live animals may not be offered at a weekly market.
A weekly market shall be fixed on request. A fixed event enjoys the so-called market privileges, i.e. exemption from certain restrictions, mostly in terms of trade and labour law.