What's the proof of a property being commercial?
What document is a proof to say if the property is Commercial and licensed for running the respective business?
Is it possible for a residential property to get Fire NOC and Health License for running a restaurant? Does this mean that it okay valid to run the restaurant?
If a Person is paying Commercial property Tax, with commercial electric bill and commercial water... then does this mean that this property is commercial?
Asked 1 month ago in Property Law from mumbai, Maharashtra
You would need approval from cooperative housing society to use your premises for commercial purposes
2) in addition BMC approval is necessary . You would need licence under shops and establishment act
3) if BMC has approved assessment of property for commercial purposes and you are paying property tax on commercial purposes , electricity , water on commercial basis property would be regarded as commercial
Under no circumstances a residential property can get NOC for the purpose of leasing of it to run a restaurant. Remittance of commercial tax implies that the property is commercial,
if you have been paying commercial tax, electricity charges then you can start any commercial activity because it is truly a commercial property.
produce all the bills as evidence in support of proving the nature of the land. all such bills are relevant under section 9 of indian evidence act.
The licence to run the restaurant, Health and municipal department permission, commercial taxes paid, etc shall constitute evidences for commercial building/premise.