The legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan provides for an extensive list of activities that are subject to obligatory licensing. The procedure for obtaining of licenses is quite complicated and consists of several obligatory stages, which are connected with applying to different state authorities.
Our qualified lawyers are pleased to provide you with an advice on licensing issues in the form of Memorandum.
We advise you to get the proper Memorandum before applying for the obligatory state license in order to have a step-by-step concept obtaining a license.
In the Memorandum we will also provide the information related to the necessity of the following:
1) technical documentation;
2) production facilities (buildings, equipment, plant, workshop, repair shops, mechanisms, tools, instruments and metres) under the right of ownership (with the list of the required title documents that confirm the right of ownership or lease) (trust management of other forms of agreements);
operation and maintenance of equipment;
internal production quality control;
labour safety control;
4) qualification structure of technical managers and specialists, who met proper educational level and have work experience in a particular area (summary table, including full name, speciality, position, work experience in this area);
5) inspection acts, opinions of state authorities and other organisations on the presence and conformity of production, and technical capabilities of an application to do the licensed business;
6) the procedure for issuing licenses and schedule of licenses (a list of required documents, consideration period, license fees, etc.);
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