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    • HND BM 11/02/GROUP 1 DIANA SYAFF TYA ALYSSA LINA
    • OUR LOCAL BUSINESS
    • TROPICAL SEAFOOD RESTAURANT It is based on seafood theme.
    • Located in Brunei-Muara District It is owned by:  Siti Nurdiana Binti Abu Bakar.  Siti Nurfathiah Binti Mohd Yusof.  Nur Syafiqah Binti Husin.  Lina Zil Liyana Binti Mohamad.  Alyssa Jane Wong. Form of business: Partnership
    • Moderately comprised of 116 seats Offering family style service The seafood is very fresh and clean Offering family style service
    • Types of Seafood Fish Molluscus Crustaceans Aquatic Plants
    • The customer can pick some seafood or fish or chicken and ask the chef to grill for them or it can be self-service.
    • STARTING A BUSINESS IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM  Must be registered with the Registrar of Companies and Business Names at the Attorney General’s Office.  The proposed names of business or company must be submitted to the Registry of Companies and Business Names for approval and a fee of B$5.00 is imposed for each proposed name.  The general guideline is that the name to be used must not be identical or similar to any names that had already been registered at the Registry of Companies and Business Names.
    • HOW THE GOVERNMENT PROTECTS COMPANY? Intellectual Property Protection Trademarks Industrial Designs Layout Design on Integrated Circuit Copyright
    • THE IMPORTANCE OF LEGAL To protect certain basic individual rights and freedoms, such as liberty and equality. The law serves to ensure that strong groups and individuals do not use their powerful positions in society to take unfair advantage of weaker individuals.
    • With the laws in our country, it will prevent foreigners from entering our country illegally. They can handle the situations easily regarding the consumers and employees.
    • DRAWBACKS Smuggling Or Black Market Disgruntle d Employees Immigration Audit
    • If the laws is weak, then corruption will occur throughout the country. If there is no law, there would be no way to enforce our contracts, regulate the way people drive, trust the safety of our foods and drugs.
    • MISCELLANEOUS LICENCES ACT All Businesses must be registered with the Registrar of Business Names or Registrar of Company except those using the full name of the owner.
    • Business premises are required to be licensed under Miscellaneous License Act. It is an act to make provision for the licensing, regulation and control of certain commercial places and activities and for purposes incidental thereto.
    • It shall be lawful for His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di- Pertuan in Council by regulations to provide for: Licensing, regulations and control of any place, trade or business or occupation specified in the Schedule. Defining and classifying for the purpose of any place, trade, business or occupation for which a license may be issued. The form and conditions of any license granted under this Act, the authority who may issue such license and the fees thereof, and the period for which such license shall be issued. Precautions to be taken against fire in any place.
    • Maintenance of peace and good order in any place. Means of securing hygienic conditions and requiring the maintenance of such conditions in any place. Entry and inspection of any place licensed under this Act. Exempting any place, trade, business or occupation situated or carried on within specified areas; and specifying and varying the boundaries of such areas. Generally carrying into effect the provisions this Act.
    • No person shall open or keep open at any place, or conduct any trade, business or occupation specified in the Schedule except under and in accordance with a license issued under this Act. The licensing authority may revoke a license granted to any person on proof to his satisfaction of an offence against this Act or other misconduct by such person.
    • Every person who contravenes any provision or regulation of this Act shall be deemed to commit an offence against this Act and if one of them who commits or attempts to commit any offence against this Act shall be guilty of an offence: Penalty A fine of $10,000
    • APPLICATION FOR A LICENCE An application for a licence shall be made in writing in the form set out in the Second Schedule and shall be accompanied by a sketch plan showing the complete layout and boundaries of any place sought by the application to be a licensed place. Such an application form shall be signed by the applicant or his duly constituted attorney. Also it can be signed by a director or the secretary.
    • Every signature shall be witnessed by a witness who shall also sign the application form. Licensing authority may require applicant to furnish information. A licence shall be signed by an authorised officer in the form of set out in the Third Schedule. No licence shall be issued except after the payment to the licensing authority of the appropriate annual fee specified in the Fourth Schedule. Every licence shall continue in force unless suspended, cancelled or revoked for a period of 12 months from the date of issue.
    • No licence shall transfer his licence to any other person.
    • REGISTER OF LICENCES A licensing authority shall cause a register to be kept of all licences issued by such authority and shall enter in such register the number of the licence, the name of the licensee, the purpose for which any license is granted, the location of any licensed place and the date of the issues and expiry of the licence.
    • DISPLAY, PRODUCTION AND SURRENDER OF LICENCES Every licensee shall cause his licence to be exhibited in a conspicuous and accessible position on his licensed place or stall. Every licensee shall produce his licence by the licensing authority or an authorised officer. Every licensee shall surrender his licence to the licensing authority upon the expiration of the period for which the licence is granted or on the cancellation of the licence.
    • Fire precautions in Licensed Places A licensee shall install and maintain the satisfaction of the licensing authority such as fire-fighting equipment, fire alarm, sign and such staircases and exits as the licensing authority or an authorised officer may from time to time require. A licensee and every person employed shall be instructed in the use of such fire-fighting equipment and fire alarm.
    • A licensee shall be tested the fire alarm once a week and shall be conducted in accordance that have been given by the licensing authority. A licensee shall procure that all staircases, passages and landings in and exits shall be kept clear of all obstructions and that every door shall be so constructed and fitted as to be readily opened.
    • Maintenance of Peace and Good Order In Licensed Places A licensee shall not permit any gaming, drunkenness, drug abuse, prostitution or disorderly conduct of any kind.
    • Hygiene and Maintenance of Licensed Premises A licensee shall keep the place clean and maintained to the satisfaction of the licensing authority. A licensee shall maintain the structure of any building in good order and repair. A licensee shall provide and maintain a clean and hygienic condition such as bathroom, water closets, wash basins and other sanitary facilities.
    • Application For Halal Certificate Not consists of or contains any part or matter of an animal that a Muslim is prohibited by Hukum Syara' to consume or that has not been slaughtered in accordance with Hukum Syara’ Does not contain anything that is considered to be impure in accordance with Hukum Syara’. Has been prepared using an instrument that is free from anything which is considered to be impure in accordance with Hukum Syara’.
    • Has not in the course of preparation or storage, been in contact with or close proximity to any food that fails to satisfy and anything that is considered to be impure in accordance with Hukum Syara’
    • Any person who owns a business may apply to the Majlis for a certificate in such form and shall comply with such requirements, as the Majlis may determine. The applicant shall be required to make one application for:  Each type of business.  Each place of business in respect of any business having more than one place of business.
    • The Majlis may issue a Halal Certificate in the form set out in the First Schedule to the applicant subject to such conditions as the Majlis may think fit. The certificate, unless sooner suspended or revoked, shall be valid for one year from the date of issue. In the case of a breach of any of the conditions, the Majlis may suspend or revoke the certificate and order the certificate holder to remove the certificate from exhibition.
    • Any person who makes use of the usage of the expressions "Halal", "Ditanggung Halal" or "Makanan Islam" or any other expression indicating about Muslim food, other than the Halal certificate, is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $8000, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years or both.
    • In case of expiry of the certificate, the certificate holder shall apply to renew his certificate not less than 30 days prior to its expiry.
    • HALAL LABEL The label shall be in the form as set out in the Second Schedule and shall be in the form of a label, tag, brand, mark, pictorial or other descriptive matter, written, printed, stencilled, marked, painted, embossed, Any person may apply to the Majlis for a permit in such form and shall comply with such requirements, as the Majlis may determine. The applicant shall be required to make one application for each type of food.
    • The Majlis may issue a permit in the form set out in the Third Schedule authorising the applicant to use the label on the packages of the food concerned, subject to such conditions as the Majlis may think fit. In the case of a breach of any of the conditions, the Majlis may suspend or revoke the permit and order the permit holder to remove or obliterate the label used on the packages of the food or to dispose the food, in such manner as the Majlis may direct, and to discontinue further use of the label. Any person or business who makes use of the usage of a label without a permit authorising its use is guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding $8000, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 2 years or both.
    • Provide an opportunity to people who wanted to become an entrepreneur for them to learn and practice entrepreneurship so that they know the procedure on how to start up a business and how long the process will goes in the real environment/in the future. It has an opportunity to know who are they dealing with (persons, government). Focus on how the entrepreneurial process is applied in a variety of organizational contexts within and across national borders, ranging from new start-ups and rapid growth small firms to large corporations and nonprofits.
    • To give the others an opportunity to create a business strategy/ business plan (including the mission statement, a clear product or service, investors, a targeted demographic, a timeline, and a budget). This will keep us on track and serve as a comparative tool that you can use to periodically chart the progress of your business and being clear about your goals and expectations – and holding yourself to them – will get you organized and prepared.
    • To give the others an opportunity to create a business strategy/ business plan (including the mission statement, a clear product or service, investors, a targeted demographic, a timeline, and a budget). This will keep us on track and serve as a comparative tool that you can use to periodically chart the progress of your business and being clear about your goals and expectations – and holding yourself to them – will get you organized and prepared.
    • Develop the skills to identify a marketable product or service and to carry out the tasks required to get it to customers. Can learn how to develop a business plan to organize their efforts and launch the venture. Having a legal system can give us a protection in terms of: - Food safety hazards - Business risk : Bankruptcy Someone sues the restaurants Debts and corporate taxes - From non-halal food - Unhealthy food- nutrition - Copy of recipes from another company
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