Information requested from firms includes contact details, details of principals, staff, clients and services provided.Provided by Department of Industrial and Employment Relations Synonymous to other organisations, both Trade Unions and Employers’ Associations undergo organisational changes from time to time that my require updates in their statute.However such changes in the statute need to be registered with the Registrar of Trade Unions.
Provided by Department for the Elderly and Community Care This service provides residential care consisting of a physically and emotionally safe and secure environment to elderly persons and persons with disability, who can no longer cope with living in their own homes.More information on this service can be found here.Provided by Medicines Authority A form to submit side effects of medicinal products for human use.Guideline for reporting ADRs are available here: Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting and Pharmacovigilance Guidance Notes For Healthcare Professionals and Guidance Notes for Pharmaceutical Companies on Pharmacovigilance Obligations and Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Reporting Requirements for Medicinal Products for Human UseProvided by Medicines Authority A form to lodge complaints on advertising issues of medicinal products for human use.The Guidelines for the advertising of medicinal products for human use are available here.Employers of such drivers may apply for a driver attestation on behalf of their employee, as set out in the Motor Vehicles (Carriage of Goods by Road) Regulations (S. 65.19) and in Regulations 1072/2009/EC of the European Parliament and Council.Provided by Accountancy Board A person may practise in the field of auditing (as a field of the profession of accountant) only if in possession of a warrant to practise as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA warrant) and of a practising certificate in auditing issued by the Accountancy Board as required by Article 4(2) of the Accountancy Profession Act.
The Accountancy Board may issue a practicing certificate in auditing to an individual of good repute who is an approved auditor in any Member State (other than Malta) provided that such individual has passed, to the satisfaction of the Board, an aptitude test, covering local laws and regulations relevant to auditing, set by the Accountancy Board for this purpose.Provided by Accountancy Board A form to be filled in for the registration of a new accounting and audit firm.
Information requested includes contact details of the new firm, composition, principals and other info.Provided by Civil Courts This requires the signature of a lawyer and legal procurator as well as of the Registrar and to-date the law does not allow for electronic filing, therefore it has to be physically filed in the Registry.Provided by Civil Courts This requires the signature of a lawyer and legal procurator as well as of the Registrar and to-date the law does not allow for electronic filing, therefore it has to be physically filed in the Registry.Provided by Public Registry Department This is an application for the publication of banns to be able to marry in Malta.
Provided by Malta Communications Authority With regard to radiocommunications equipment, the Electronic Communications (Regulation) Act (Chapter 399 of the Laws of Malta) provides that an individual licence is only required for the installation or use of equipment, unless the equipment is licence exempt or is regulated by a general authorisation.
Non-compliance with this requirement is a breach of the said Act.
Non-compliance with this requirement is a breach of the said Act.Provided by Accountancy Board A form to be filled in annually by all accountants (warrant holders), accounting firms and audit firms.
Information requested from individuals includes contact details, info on CPE and work sector.