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  • Barristers - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    authority listed below Competent Authority The Bar Council is designated as the Competent Authority for registered lawyers barristers from other member states of the European Union wishing to practise in Ireland as a barrister under their home professional title See Directive 98 5 EC the Establishment Directive Procedure required for qualifying to practice as a Barrister in Ireland A barrister from another member state of the European Union wishing to practise under his her home professional title must apply to the Bar Council Application is by way of an application form supported by the necessary documentation from the applicant s home Competent Authority The relevant documentation must be submitted by the applicant supported by documentation from the applicant s home Competent Authority Such documentation need not be authenticated by a Notary or similar person body A copy of the documentation would suffice Further information on the procedure for qualifying to practice as a Barrister in Ireland is available in the following link on the Bar Council s website Qualifying as a Barrister Contact details Please find the relevant contact details for the Bar Council in the link below Contact details Site Map Home About Us Services Directive FAQ Contact Disclaimer

    Original URL path: http://www.pointofsinglecontact.ie/browse-by-sector/legal/barristers.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Establishing a Business Consulting Company - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    liability company can be registered at the Companies Registration Office Please find link below to relevant information on the procedures required for registering a company Registering a business registering a company link Setting up a Subsidiary Company The competent authority for setting up a subsidiary company is the Companies Registration Office Please find link to relevant information on the procedures for setting up a subsidiary company Registering a business registering a foreign company link Procedures required for specialising in Tax Advice Auditing Accountancy and IT Consultancy services The following is provided for general information purposes only Further information can be obtained by contacting the relevant competent authorities listed in the links below or by contacting Quality and Qualifications Ireland QQI For a company intending on providing services specialising in tax advice auditing accountancy and IT consultancy would require that the professionals are qualified to carry out such work and have already obtained recognition of their professional qualifications This process can be facilitated either through mutual recognition agreements with the relevant professional organisations or directly with the relevant competent authorities in order to work in Ireland Further detailed information on the procedures required is available below Tax Consultants Please find link to relevant information on the procedures for Tax Consultants providing services in Ireland Auditors Please find link to relevant information on the procedures for Auditors providing services in Ireland Accountants Please find link to relevant information on the procedures for Accountants providing services in Ireland IT Consultants To provide services specialising in IT consultancy in Ireland it would be advisable that the professionals have already completed a recognised course of study in this area and have obtained the relevant training and experience required to provide this service Employments Rights The following is provided for general information purposes only If employing

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  • Caravan and Camping Parks - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    parks to meet a minimum set of requirements in order to be approved and registered with Fáilte Ireland Please find link below to Fáilte Ireland s website Failte Ireland Fáilte Ireland has sub contracted its accommodation registration assessment and classification functions covering hotels guesthouses and other categories of registered accommodation to SouthWestern If you are a service provider looking to provide caravan and camping park services in Ireland you may obtain further information from the Failte Ireland website in the link below Quality Standards for Caravan and Camping Sites Other procedures required Other procedures a provider of caravan and camping accomodation services may have to comply with include the following Planning legislation firesafety and and local building regulations Food legislation Health and Safety The relevant competent authorities dealing with those areas are The relevant local authority Planning and Building requirements The Environmental Health Office of the HSE Operating a Food business and the Health and Safety Authority Health and Safety regulations Please find relevant links below which provide general information on the procedures required for the areas listed above Establishing a place of business Starting a food service business Health and Safety Further information Please find relevant link to additional

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  • Casual Trading - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    the Department of Jobs Enterprise and Innovation website dealing with casual trading in the link below Casual Trading Procedures for obtaining a Casual Trading Licence in Ireland Please note that all operational matters relating to casual trading including the making of bye laws the designating of casual trading areas and the issuing of casual trading licences are the function of the relevant local authority in Ireland If you are looking

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  • Chartered Engineer - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    for recognition under EU Directive 2005 36 EC with the relevant Competent Authority Engineers Ireland Requirements for registration as a Chartered Engineer The following is for general information purposes only and all queries in relation to this information should be directed to the relevant competent authority Engineers Ireland Certain functions carried out by an Engineer are regulated and require registration as a Chartered Engineer to be accepted as competent The Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland Charter Amendment Act 1969 a private Act prescribes limits on the conferring of the title Chartered Engineer by Engineers Ireland Subsequent legislation has introduced a small number of areas in which particular functions have been reserved to persons entitled to describe themselves as Chartered Engineers The function of investigating and certifying the existing stock of multi storey buildings of five or more storeys and associated gas supply systems would be reserved to Chartered Engineers This is provided for in the Local Government Multi Storey Buildings Act 1988 This became the first function reserved to Chartered Engineers A limited number of other functions were also assigned at later dates The revised building regulations Building Control Amendment Regulations 2014 which aim to protect the public and names Chartered Engineers as one of the professions able to act as assigned certifiers in the construction process The Environmental Protection Agency recognises the professional competence that a Chartered Engineer can offer In 2013 Engineers Ireland with official EPA approval established a register of Chartered Engineers who have demonstrable experience and expertise to conduct technical risk based assessment certification of historic landfill sites and contaminated land sites The Department of the Environment Community and Local Government under the Pyrite Resolution Act 2013 established the Pyrite Resolution Board which has worked closely with Engineers Ireland to establish a register of competent

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  • Chartered Surveyors - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    out under the Building Control Act 2007 Those who wish to use either the title of Quantity Surveyor or Building Surveyor must register with the SCSI Licensing Procedures Any person wishing to establish in Ireland and use the title of either Quantity Surveyor or Building Surveyor must apply to be registered with the SCSI Registration Body A facility is available to complete an application Upon receipt of an application the

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  • Chemist - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    information If you are a chemist who is looking to provide services in Ireland and wish to register with the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland you may obtain further information on the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland website in the links below About Us Membership Benefits Approved Qualifications Application form Contact Details Please find contact details for the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland in the link below Contact details Site

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  • Commercial Fishing/ Fish Dealer Licence - Irish Point of Single Contact for the Services Directive
    of Fishing for Salmon Order of the relevant year and also as per the River Shannon Tidal Waters Regulations 1935 A requirement of the application form is that a Peace Commissioner a Clergyman or a member of the Gardai Siochana witnesses the application The Salmon and Sea trout fishery operates under quota and licence holders are issued with tags to manage the quota on a single river basis Local Inland Fisheries Ireland staff facilitate this system of quota management A fee set annually applies for successful applicants Notices advising fishermen the application process and where to apply are placed in provincial papers in advance of the commercial fishing season each year Commercial eel fishing licences are not currently available as the eel fishery is closed to exploitation Procedures for applying for a fish dealers licence for salmon and sea trout eels molluscan shellfish First time application A certificate of fitness must be obtained from the District Court and attached to the completed application form which is available from the local Inland Fisheries Ireland office Renewals A completed application form with the appropriate fee should be forwarded to the local Inland Fisheries Ireland office by the specified closing date Further Information

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