Home Services Sectors list Sales Precious metals and precious stones, antiques

Precious metals and precious stones, antiques

Request permits using our e-services
Licence to trade in antiques

Permit code:: PAS28472

Licence to trade in antiques
Procedure for granting the authorisation
Actions required
1. The service provider submits the necessary documents. 2. The applicant is notified of the adopted decision in writing. 3. The service provider pays a statutory fee of the amount established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania. 4. The competent authority issues a licence.
Timeframe

1. The Department of Cultural Heritage examines the documents and takes a decision to issue a licence or issues to the applicant a written refusal to issue a licence, with reasons, not later than within 20 days from receipt of the documents required for the issuance of a licence. 2. If the applicant does not furnish a statement to the effect that the legal person does not have any tax arrears owed to the state budget of the Republic of Lithuania, municipal budgets or foundations to which taxes are paid that fall under the administration of the State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance (further, "the State Tax Inspectorate”) (except the cases where the payment of taxes, late interest and penalties has been postponed in accordance with the procedure laid down by the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania or such taxes, late interest and penalties are the subject of an outstanding tax dispute or the tax payer has applied to the Tax Disputes Commission under the Government of the Republic of Lithuania according to the procedure established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania for the processing of a request for non-cash settlement of such tax arrears, late interest and penalties), does not owe any sums to the State Social Insurance Fund budget and fulfils its obligations to customs authorities, the authority takes a decision to issue a licence or issues to the applicant a written refusal to issue a licence, with reasons, not later than within 40 business days. 3. A licence is issued for an indefinite period. 4. In the event of a change of addresses where trade in antiques is carried out, the licence holder must notify the Department of Cultural Heritage to that effect in writing within three business days from the change of such addresses.
Fees

EUR 31,86 (LTL 110) Revision of a licence, issue of a duplicate copy - EUR 1,45 (LTL 5)

Required Documents
Application containing the name, code, registered office, telephone and fax numbers of the legal person, addresses where trade in antiques is carried out, description of the licensed activities, the identification number, name and surname of the person authorised to act on behalf of the legal person, and the date of filing of the application. Copy of the incorporation documents of the legal person bearing the seal of the legal person (if it must have a seal) and the signature of the person authorised to act on behalf of the legal person. Payment orders bearing endorsements of banks or receipts confirming that a statutory fee of the amount established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania has been paid must be presented when collecting the licence. Statements to the effect that the legal person does not have any tax arrears owed to the state budget of the Republic of Lithuania, municipal budgets or foundations to which taxes are paid that fall under the administration of the State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance (further, "the State Tax Inspectorate”) (except the cases where the payment of taxes, late interest and penalties has been postponed in accordance with the procedure laid down by the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania or such taxes, late interest and penalties are the subject of an outstanding tax dispute or the tax payer has applied to the Tax Disputes Commission under the Government of the Republic of Lithuania according to the procedure established by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania for the processing of a request for non-cash settlement of such tax arrears, late interest and penalties), does not owe any sums to the State Social Insurance Fund budget and fulfils its obligations to customs authorities. Documents issued according to the procedure laid down by legal acts showing that the premises of the legal person in which trade in antiques is planned comply with the requirements for hygiene, public health care, handling of goods and safety. Foreign legal persons may trade in antiques if they have registered a branch or have obtained a licence in the Republic of Lithuania.
Competent authorities
Responsible person contacts
Dalia Krūminienė
dalia@heritage.lt, +37052734234

Request permits using our e-services
Send application via e-services
Login using STORK authentication