The Business Licensing Authority (BLA) is an independent Found in a statute of delegated legislation. For example, a statutory authority or body is aperson or organisation that has special powers given by parliament to do work for the public benefit. authority that is responsible for the licensing and registration of a number of occupations.
It determines who can operate in those industries that pose risks for consumers. This includes All the property a person has, including real property and personal property. It is often used to describe property belonging to someone who has died, or the property of a bankrupt. agents, conveyancers, A body corporate created by registration of a plan of subdivision or a plan of strata or cluster subdivision. See also prescribed owners corporation. managers, motor car traders, sex work Formal delivery of legal documents to a person to tell them there are court proceedings against them which they must defend, or to make sure a witness in a case knows when they have to go to court to give evidence. providers, second-hand dealers, pawnbrokers and travel agents. It is concerned to ensure that the public interest is served when considering applications.
The BLA has the power to reject applications for licences if it has Material presented to a court to prove or disprove a fact. It can include what witnesses say as well as documents and other objects. that an applicant is ineligible, or (in some cases) to take other action such as granting a conditional licence.
The integrity of the licensing process relies on the BLA having the best available information about applicants. The BLA does not usually resolve individuals’ complaints against particular traders. If anyone has concerns about a licensed trader, they should report these to Under the Australian Consumer Law, a person who buys goods or services for less than $40 000 or for personal or home use. Affairs Victoria.