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Travel trade: Sunday and public holiday rest - exception
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
If you operate a traveling trade, you must generally comply with the provisions of the Shop Opening Act and the Act on the Protection of Sundays and Public Holidays. An exception to the Sunday and public holiday rest period applies to the offering (offering for sale) of goods and to catering activities in the itinerant trade. The exemptions also apply to self-employed tradespeople who visit other people in the course of their business.
Further exceptions must be expressly approved by the competent authority upon written application.
Who should I contact?
To the competent municipal, local or city administration (public order office) in whose district you have your habitual residence.
Which documents are required?
- Identity card or other official identification document with passport photo,
- extract from the commercial register and
- traveling trade card.
What are the fees?
The fee is currently EUR 60.00 in accordance with the state ordinance on administrative fees.
- § Section 55e (2) sentence 3 of the Trade Regulation Act (GewO),
- State Ordinance on Administrative Fees (General Tariff of Fees) tariff item 11.7.9 b - VwGebV.
What else should I know?
The Trade Regulation Act defines a traveling trade as an itinerant trade, for example the owner of a market stall, showman or "flying trader". You operate an itinerant trade if you offer goods or services commercially outside your commercial establishment or without having a commercial establishment without making an appointment in advance. To operate a traveling trade, you need a permit, the traveling trade card.
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.