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1 Business permit issues on Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:56 pm


Arresto Menor
Good day. I would like to say my deepest appreciation in advance to the people who could help me. My family has been in the business industry for more than 25 years now, and for the past 25 years we've been paying on time with the gov taxes and updating our business documents. But last 2009 until now we are having difficulties applying for business permit. before we're applying at las pinas all the time, how ever come last 2009 they didn't issue any permit on all the same business establishments in our specific area, they said we need to get it from paranaque because our place belongs to paranaque as per the map but as we take a look at it it still belongs to las pinas . it was not an issue before but the president of the association wants us to pay the dues to the last said city.We're already coordinating with them since then but until now no result. even the barangay doesn;t want to issue anything because of certain reasons we can't understand. we're afraid that we might get kicked out of that place that we've established for a long time if gov't officials finds out that we don't have any business permit.

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2 Re: Business permit issues on Sat Oct 29, 2011 11:03 pm


very difficult situation. what i can recommend is that you keep all your communication in writing so you have a record.

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