The parliamentarians of the Committee for the Development of Entrepreneurship and Industry considered the legislative initiative of their colleague Vadim Lipsky. The deputy proposed to amend the Law "On individual entrepreneurial patent" with a rule that allows carrying out public catering services on the basis of an entrepreneurial patent. According to the author, this will exclude certain administrative barriers that limit the opportunities for entrepreneurs in this part. The law-in-draft proposes to allow, within the framework of an economic patent, to hire up to five employees to carry out such activities as public catering. The parliamentarians of the profile committee supported the legislative initiative in the first reading, while noting that it is important to observe the balance of interests of both entrepreneurs and consumers.
During the meeting of the Committee, deputies considered a number of non-core issues. Among them there is a legislative initiative, developed by the Council of People's Deputies of the Dubossary district and the city of Dubossary. The law-in-draft was presented by the chairman Alexander Kolomytsev. According to him, the basis for the development was the frequent appeals of citizens working for several years under a contract of personal hiring, which, in fact, regulates labor relations. The author of the law-in-draft pointed to the fact that, when getting a job under a civil law contract, a person loses the guarantees that he could have had he arranged for an enterprise under an employment contract. It is proposed to exclude from the Civil Code the norm, which makes it possible to hire employees under a contract of personal hiring.
The parliamentarians emphasized: personal hiring is a simple and effective form of contractual relations with the employee that allow performing seasonal, urgent work, therefore, this form cannot be ruled out.
The parliamentarian recalled that at present the settlement of this type of legal relationship is being handled by the government on behalf of the President.