Determination of a special market Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
A special market is generally a regular, time-limited event at a time-limited time, where a variety of suppliers sell certain goods. A privileged special market is a special market of a special character, which is suitable to promote regional identity or tourism or offers items of pure lover interest without use value.
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Special market: Variety of commercial providers certain goods Hand sale End users with special interests Privileged specialty market: Variety of commercial providers certain privileged goods (e.g. pottery, coins) Hand sale End users with special interests
The establishment of a special market obliges the organiser to organise the event.
- National Ordinance on fees charged by economic administration authorities (special list of fees)
- Section 12 State Act on Fairs, Exhibitions and Markets (LMAMG)
- State Act on Fairs, Exhibitions and Markets (LMAMG)
- Section 6 State Act on Fairs, Exhibitions and Markets (LMAMG)
- Section 11 State Act on Fairs, Exhibitions and Markets (LMAMG)
A special 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.