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permit

1. an official certificate or document granting authorization; licence
2. permission, esp written permission

permit

A document issued by a governmental authority having jurisdiction to authorize specific work by the applicant.
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Business permits will be issued upon compliance of the following initial requirements: filled-out application form, assessment sheet with official receipt (OR) of payment, original barangay clearance with OR, DTI/SEC Certificate of Registration and Articles of Incorporation, certificate of property holdings, if lessor, Community Tax Certificates of Business and its employees, occupational tax or professional tax of employees and notarized undertaking to comply with all other regulatory requirements within 60 days from receipt of business permit.
Some immigration personnel are charging P5,000 per applicant to facilitate the release of special work permits to foreigners, according to Sen.
A $678,300 new construction permit was issued for a two-story building with ground-floor retail and live-work space and four second-floor residential units at 2477 S.E.
Permits will be valid for two years at sites of private companies, and five years at sites of Government entities.
Summary: Permits to replace regular licences for special vehicles operated in construction areas
CYPRUS issued a total of 18,971 first residence permits to non-European citizens in 2017, the second highest in terms of population ratio, according to the European statistical service, Eurostat, on Thursday.
The new virtual permits will reduce the time it takes to apply for, and receive, a permit.
It would mean motorists would no longer need to physically display a permit in their vehicles - similar to a switch made by the DVLA for car tax discs in 2015.
This includes 'rice, with a minimum amount of P10 million, as valued by the Bureau of Customs, committed through any of the following acts: (a) Importing or bringing into the Philippines without the required import permit from the regulatory agencies; (b) Using import permits of persons, natural or juridical, other than those specifically named in the permit; and (c) Using fake, fictitious or fraudulent import permits or shipping documents.'
10, all with a validity of up to one year from issuance."Based on the NFA Council-approved guidelines, the import permit under the 2017 MAV rice importation program has a validity period of only 15 calendar days from the date of issuance and not one year as specified in the spurious permits," NFA administrator Jason Aquino said.
The following commercial building permits, permits for residential projects valued at $300,000 and more or multiple projects by the same owner were issued recently.
The Department of Economic Development (DED) witnessed a 10 per cent increase in permits issued for various business activities during the third quarter of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015.