Street Vendors Act, 2014: Matrix of State Rules

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States

S. 36(2)(a): the age for street
vending under sub-section (1) of section 4
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 14
Andhra Pradesh 18
Assam 18
Arunachal Pradesh 14
Bihar 14
Chandigarh 14
Chhattisgarh 18; children above 14 can help parents after school hours
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 14
Daman and Diu 14
Delhi 14
Goa 18
Gujarat 18
Haryana 18
Himachal Pradesh 14
Karnataka Not Given
Kerala 14
Lakshadweep 14
Madhya Pradesh 18
Maharashtra Not Given
Manipur 14
Meghalaya Not Given
Mizoram 14
Nagaland 14
Odisha Not Given
Puducherry 18
Punjab 18
Rajasthan 18
Sikkim 18
Tamil Nadu Not Given
Telangana Not Published
Tripura 14
Uttar Pradesh 14
Uttarakhand 14
West Bengal 18
Sub-headings
State S. 36(2)(b): Form, period and manner of filing appeal with local authority under section 11(1) Section 36(2)(c): Members of GRC - Experience and Qualification u/s 20(1) S.36(2)(d): Form and manner of making application to GRC u/s 20(2) S.36(2)(e): Process hygiene of GRC u/s 20(3) Section 36(2)(f): Form, term and manner of filing appeal u/s 20(4) S. 36(2)(g): Time and manner of disposing off appeal u/s 20(5)
Andaman &
Nicobar Islands
Rule 10(1): An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the local authority comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form 'C' within thirty days from the date of communication of the order appealed against. Rule 4(1): Chairperson, who has been a civil judge or a judicial magistrate, and two other professionals as members;
Rule 5: A person shall be qualified to be appointed as a professional member in a Grievance redressal and
dispute resolution committee, if he,-
(i) is above thirty five years but is not more than sixty five years of age; and
(ii) possesses a Bachelor's degree from a recognised University; and
(iii) is a person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration;
Rule 7(1): Every application for grievance redressal under sub-section (2) of section 20 of the Act shall be in Form 'A'.
Rule 7(2): The application shall be signed by the applicant and presented by him in person or through his authorised representative to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or the person authorised by the committee.
Rule 8: (1) Every application for grievance redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in seriatum by a person authorised by the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee.
(2) The authorised person shall put up the application before the committee after making an entry in the register.
(3) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall fix a date for hearing of the application, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall issue notice/cause issue of notice of the hearing to the parties.
(4) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee while issuing a notice shall call upon the respondent to submit a written statement and the notice shall contain a statement to this effect.
(5) On the date fixed for the appearance of the parties, the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may call upon the applicant to remedy the defects, if any, or may call upon the parties to furnish relevant evidence as it may deem fit within a period specified by it.
(6) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also order for a field enquiry.
(7) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, after hearing both the parties and examining the record of the case, shall pass orders as it may deem fit and proper within sixty days from the date of presentation of the application.
(8) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also explore the possibility of a settlement between the parties.
(9): The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall not entertain an application where,-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act;
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 9(1) An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the local authority, comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days. Rule 11(2): The appeal shall be put up before the Appellate Authority which shall fix a date for hearing of the appeal, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall cause a notice of the hearing to be served upon the parties.
Rule 11(3): The appellate authority shall pass such order, as it thinks fit, with reasons to be recorded in writing, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within sixty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority.
Andhra Pradesh Not given Rule 5(1): A retired civil judge or a retired judicial magistrate as a chairperson of a Grievance Redressal Committee; a
retired Deputy Municipal Commissioner or retired CEO of Municipality as second member; a prominent social worker, preferably having experience in the field of informal economy as third member.
Every street vendor who has a grievance or dispute shall make an
application in writing to the committee constituted to such form annexed
and submit the same along with non judicial stamps worth of Rs.50.
On receipt of grievance or dispute, the Grievance Redressal Committee shall, after verification and enquiry in such manner within (10) days from the date of application, take steps for redressal of such grievance or resolution of such dispute. Any person who is aggrieved by the decision of the committee may prefer an appeal to the local authority in such form annexed, within 15 days from the date decision along affixing with Rs.100 non-judicial stamps The local authority shall dispose of the appeal received within (15) days from the date of receipt of appeal by conducting due verification and 15 enquiry. Provided that the local authority shall, before disposing of the appeal, give an opportunity of being heard to the aggrieved person.
Assam Rule 9(1): Any person aggrieved by any decision of the TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending or, of the Dispute Resolution Committee under Sub-Section (3) of Section 20, may within a period of thirty days (Sub-Sec-5 of Sec. 20) from the date of communication of the decision, prefer an appeal in Form-II to the concerned Municipality. Rule 8(2): Each Dispute Resolution Committee shall consist of following members:
(a) A Chairperson, who has beena civil judge or judicial Magistrate,
(b) Two other members to be nominated by the State Government from amongst the person having ability, integrity and standing and have adequate knowledge and experience of at least for a period of ten years in the field of social welfare, urban planning, economic development, health or law
Rule 11(1): Applicant or agent authorised by them shall present an application to the Dispute Redressal Committee in Form-I to the Chairperson of the Dispute Redressal Committee or any other authorised Officer. Rule 11(2): Every application filed under sub rule (1) shall set forth concisely under distinct heads, the grounds for such application and such grounds shall be numbered consecutively.
Rule 11(3): A copy of the application, in the paper book shall ordinarily be served on the person against whom the applicant has any grievance (respondent) by the President in hand delivery through the applicant or through a process server.
Rule 11(4): The Dispute Redressal Committee, after making necessary enquiry and hearing the parties, shall pass an order within a period of thirty days of filling application and shall be communicated to the parties.
Rule 11(5): Every decision of the Dispute Redressal Committee shall be in writing and be signed and dated by the members constituting the Bench concerned.
Rule 9(1): Any person aggrieved by any decision of the TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending or, of the Dispute Resolution Committee under Sub-Section (3) of Section 20, may within a period of thirty days (Sub-Sec-5 of Sec. 20) from the date of communication of the decision, prefer an appeal in Form-II to the concerned Municipality. Rule 9(5): Every decision of the Municipality shall be in writing and be signed and dated by the Mayor or Chairperson of Municipality.
Rule 9(6): Before an order is passed on appeal, if such order is likely to affect any person other than the appellant adversely, such other person shall be given a reasonable opportunity of being heard.
Rule 9(7): The Appellate Authority may authorize any Officer of the Municipality in writing to receive the Memorandum of appeal and put the time thereon and issue a receipt of acknowledgement.
Rule 9(8): The appellate Authority shall dispose off of the appeal within thirty days from the date of filing of Memorandum of appeal.
Arunachal Pradesh Rule 22: Any person who is aggrieved by the decision regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending, may prefer an appeal to the appellate committee
constituted under rule 21 within thirty days from the date of the decision of the TVC, in the Form-V, either himself or through his representative.
Rule 18(3)(a): a Civil Judge or a judicial magistrate as a Chairperson and two other persons as members of the grievance redressal comittee.
Rule 18(3)(b): Out of two other members of the committee, one shall be a retired deputy commissioner of a Corporation or retired chief municipal executive officer of a Municipality in the region and the second member of the committee shall be a prominent social worker, preferably having experience in the field of informal economy including street vending in the same region
Rule 19(1): Any street vendor who has grievance may make an application in writing in Form-lV, either himself or through his representative, to the grievance redressal committee.
Rule 19(2): Street vendor should file the application within thirty days from the date of occurrence of any incident causing the grievance.
Rule 20: (1) On receipt of an application under rule 19, the grievance redressal committee shall hold a preliminary hearing with the applicant to determine as
to whether there is a prima facie case and whether the balance of convenience is in favor of applicant. The street vendor may also pray for the interim relief during the pendency of such application.
(2) The result of the preliminary hearing shall be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing and shall be recorded in writing and communicated to the applicant. The committee may grant or refuse the interim relief, if any, prayed by the street vendor, with the reasons recorded in writing.
(3) Where it has been held by the committee that there is a prima facie case, a notice shall be issued to the public authority containing the details of the grievance or dispute.
(4) The public authority, on receipt of such a notice, shall file a reply within a period to be decided by the committee. A copy of the reply shall also be furnished to the street vendor, free of cost.
(5) The street vendor may file a counter reply within a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of the written reply filed by the State authority.
(6) The grievance redressal committee may order for a field inquiry.
(7) The grievance redressal committee, after hearing both the parties, shall pass an order in writing, with the reasons for taking the decision, within one month from the date on which hearing of both the parties concluded.
(8) The decision of the grievance redressal committee shall be binding on the parties unless it is stayed by the municipal committee to which the appeal lies.
Rule 23(1): Any person who is aggrieved by the decision of the grievance redressal committee may prefer an appeal in writing to the appellate Committee constituted under rule 21 within thirty days from the date of order of the grievance redressal committee in Form-VI either himself or through his representative. Rule 23(3): The appellate Committee, on receipt of the appeal, shall issue a notice to the parties concerned intimating the date and time of hearing. The hearing date shall be fixed within thirty days from the date of filing of an appeal
(4) The appellate Committee, after hearing both parties shall pass an order in writing, with the reasons for taking the decision, within thirty days from the date on which hearing of both the parties concluded.
Bihar Rule 11: An applicant who is aggrieved by any decision of the TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending, will appeal to Mayor/Chairperson of the local authority concerned within one month of the decision of TVC in the prescribed format (Form - A). The Mayor/Chairperson will dispose his/her appeal within one month from the date of application after giving him a personal hearing. Rule 12: a retired Civil Judge or a retired Judicial Magistrate as the chairperson of the GRC; a retired Additional Deputy Municipal Commissioner of a Municipal Corporation or retired Executive officer of a municipalitv in the region may be appointed as second member of the committee whereas a prominent social worker, preferably having experience in the field of informal economy including street vending in the same region may be appointed as the other member of the Committee. Rule 13(1): Every street vendor who has a grievance under the Act, except specified in Section 11, may file an application in writing in prescribed format (Form B), himself or through his affiliated union including specifying his/ her name, place of residence and details of the grievance.
Rule 13(2): Application shall have to be filed by a street vendor within 30 days from the date of occurrence of any incident causing the grievance.
Rule 14: (i) The street vendor may request for interim relief during the pendency of the application. On receipt of an application, the committee shall hold a preliminary hearing with the applicant to determine whether there is a prima facie case.
(ii) The result of the preliminary hearing will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing and recorded in writing. The committee may grant or refuse the interim relief, if any, prayed by the Street Vendor, with reasons recorded in writing.
(iii) The aforesaid order will be communicated to the Street Vendor and where it is held that there is a prima facie case, a notice shall also be issued to the Appropriate Authority containing the details of the grievance.
(iv) The Appropriate Authority will file a written reply within 4 weeks from the date of receipt of the notice. A copy of the reply shall also be furnished to the street vendor, free of cost.
(v) The Street Vendor may file a reply to the aforesaid written reply within a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of the written reply.
(vi) The committee will give personal hearing to both parties and shall pass an order in writing, with reasons for taking the decision within one month.
Rule 15(1): Any person aggrieved by the aforesaid order, can file an appeal in writing to the Mayor/Chairperson of the local authority concerned. Such appeal shall be in the prescribed format (Form C). The appeal shall be accompanied with a copy of the order and a copy of the Vending Certificate of the Street Vendor, if issued.
Rule 15(2): No appeal will be filed later than thirty days from the date of the order of the Committee.
Rule 16(1): On receipt of the appeal, the local authority shall issue a notice to the parties concerned intimating the date and time of hearing.
Rule 16(2): The parties will appear before the local authority on the date appointed for hearing which will not be later than 30 days from the date of filing of appeal.
Rule 16(3): The local authority shall pronounce its order after giving both parties an opportunity of being heard within thirty days.
Chandigarh Rule 10(1): An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the local authority comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form 'C' within thirty days from the date of communication of the order appealed against. Rule 4(1): a Chairperson, who has been a civil judge or a judicial magistrate and two other professionals as members;
Rule 5: A person shall be qualified to be appointed as a professional member in a Grievance redressal and
dispute resolution committee, if he,-
(i) is above thirty five years but is not more than sixty five years of age; and
(ii) possesses a Bachelor's degree from a recognised University; and
(iii) is a person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration;
Rule 7(1): Every application for redressal of a grievance or resolution of a dispute under sub-section (2) of Section 20 of the Act shall be in Form 'A'.
Rule 7(2): The application shall be signed by the applicant and presented by him in person or through his authorised representative to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or such other person as may be authorised by the committee in this behalf.
Rule 7(3): The application shall be filed in three sets and shall be accompanied by a fee of rupees one hundred.
Rule 7(4): The application shall be accompanied by a copy of the order or notice, if any, against which the application is made and other relevant documents.
Rule 8: (1) Every application for grievance redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in seriatum by a person authorised by the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee.
(2) The authorised person shall put up the application before the committee after making an entry in the register.
(3) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall fix a date for hearing of the application, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall issue notice/cause issue of notice of the hearing to the parties.
(4) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee while issuing a notice shall call upon the respondent to submit a written statement and the notice shall contain a statement to this effect.
(5) On the date fixed for the appearance of the parties, the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may call upon the applicant to remedy the defects, if any, or may call upon the parties to furnish relevant evidence as it may deem fit within a period specified by it.
(6) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also order for a field enquiry.
(7) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, after hearing both the parties and examining the record of the case, shall pass orders as it may deem fit and proper within sixty days from the date of presentation of the application.
(8) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also explore the possibility of a settlement between the parties.
(9): The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall not entertain an application where,-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act;
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 9(1): An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the local authority, comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against. Rule 11(1): The officer or the person authorised in this behalf by the concerned local authority shall make an entry of the appeal with the date on which it was presented.
Rule 11(2): The appeal shall be put up before the Appellate Authority constituted by the concerned local authority which shall fix a date for hearing of the appeal, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall cause a notice of the hearing to be served upon the parties.
Rule 11(3): The appellate authority shall pass such order, as it thinks fit, with reasons to be recorded in writing, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within sixty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority .
Chhattisgarh Rule 4(1): The appeal shall be filed before the Mayor or the President, as the case may be, accompanied by a copy of the order appealed from, in person and an acknowledgement shall be obtained in Form-2 appended to this rule.
Rule 4(2): The appeal shall be disposed off within a period of thirty days from the date of its presentation. No appeal shall be disposed of unless the appellant has been given an opportunity of hearing.
Not given Not given Not given Not given Not given
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Rule 10(1): An appeal under Section 11 against any decision of a TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending, shall be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the local authority comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form 'C' within thirty days from the date of communication of the order appealed against. Rule 4(1): a Chairperson, who has been a civil judge or a judicial magistrate and two other professionals as members;
Rule 5: A person shall be qualified to be appointed as a professional member in a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, if he,-
(i) is above thirty five years but is not more than sixty five years of age; and
(ii) possesses a Bachelor's degree from a recognised University; and
(iii) is a person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration;
Rule 7(1): Every application for redressal of a grievance or resolution of a dispute under sub-section (2) of Section 20 of the Act shall be in Form 'A'.
Rule 7(2): Applicant or agent authorised by them shall sign and present application to the Dispute Redressal Committee to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or any other authorised Officer.
Rule 8: (1) Every application for grievance redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in seriatum by a person authorised by the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee.
(2) The authorised person shall put up the application before the committee after making an entry in the register.
(3) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall fix a date for hearing of the application, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall issue notice/cause issue of notice of the hearing to the parties.
(4) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee while issuing a notice shall call upon the respondent to submit a written statement and the notice shall contain a statement to this effect.
(5) On the date fixed for the appearance of the parties, the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may call upon the applicant to remedy the defects, if any, or may call upon the parties to furnish relevant evidence as it may deem fit within a period specified by it.
(6) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also order for a field enquiry.
(7) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, after hearing both the parties and examining the record of the case, shall pass orders as it may deem fit and proper within sixty days from the date of presentation of the application.
(8) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also explore the possibility of a settlement between the parties.
(9): The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall not entertain an application where,-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act;
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 9(1): An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the local authority, comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against. Rule 11(1): The officer or the person authorised in this behalf by the concerned local authority shall make an entry of the appeal with the date on which it was presented.
Rule 11(2): The appeal shall be put up before the Appellate Authority constituted by the local authority which shall fix a date for hearing of the appeal, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall cause a notice of the hearing to be served upon the parties.
Rule 11(3): The appellate authority shall pass such order, as it thinks fit, with reasons to be recorded in writing, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within sixty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority.
Daman and Diu Rule 10(1): An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the local authority comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form 'C' within thirty days from the date of communication of the order appealed against. Rule 4(1): a Chairperson, who has been a civil judge or a judicial magistrate and two other professionals as members;
Rule 5: A person shall be qualified to be appointed as a professional member in a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, if he,-
(i) is above thirty five years but is not more than sixty five years of age; and
(ii) possesses a Bachelor's degree from a recognised University; and
(iii) is a person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration;
Rule 7(1): Every application for redressal of a grievance or resolution of a dispute under sub-section (2) of section 20 of the Act shall be in Form 'A'.
Rule 7(2): Applicant or agent authorised by them shall sign and present application to the Dispute Redressal Committee to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or any other authorised Officer.
Rule 8: (1) Every application for grievance redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in seriatum by a person authorised by the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee.
(2) The authorised person shall put up the application before the committee after making an entry in the register.
(3) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall fix a date for hearing of the application, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall issue notice/cause issue of notice of the hearing to the parties.
(4) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee while issuing a notice shall call upon the respondent to submit a written statement and the notice shall contain a statement to this effect.
(5) On the date fixed for the appearance of the parties, the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may call upon the applicant to remedy the defects, if any, or may call upon the parties to furnish relevant evidence as it may deem fit within a period specified by it.
(6) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also order for a field enquiry.
(7) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee, after hearing both the parties and examining the record of the case, shall pass orders as it may deem fit and proper within sixty days from the date of presentation of the application.
(8) The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may also explore the possibility of a settlement between the parties.
(9): The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall not entertain an application where,-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act;
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 9(1): An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the local authority, comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against. Rule 11(1): The officer or the person authorised in this behalf by the concerned local authority shall make an entry of the appeal with the date on which it was presented.
Rule 11(2): The appeal shall be put up before the Appellate Authority constituted by the local authority which shall fix a date for hearing of the appeal, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall cause a notice of the hearing to be served upon the parties.
Rule 11(3): The appellate authority shall pass such order, as it thinks fit, with reasons to be recorded in writing, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within sixty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority.
Delhi Rule 10 (1): An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the Appellate Authority constituted by the local authority in Form 'C' within thirty days from the date of communication of the order by the TVC. Rule 4(1): a Chairperson, who has been a Civil Judge or a Judicial Magistrate and two other professionals as members having such experience as may be prescribed.
Rule 5: A person shall be qualified to be appointed as a professional member in a Grievance Redressal and Dispute Resolution Committee, if he -
(i) is above 35 years but is not more than 65 years of age; and
(ii) possesses a Bachelor's Degree from a recognized University; and
(iii) is a person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration; or is a retired officer of the Central or State Government or the Government of a Union Territory or Local Authority from a Group 'A' post.
Rule 7(1): Every application for redressal of a grievance or resolution of a dispute under sub-section (2) of section 20 of the Act shall be in Form 'A'.
Rule 7(2): Applicant or agent authorised by them shall sign and present application to the Dispute Redressal Committee to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or any other authorised Officer.
Rule 8(1): Every application for Grievance Redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in striatum by the Superintendent or the person authorized in this behalf by the Grievance Redressal and Dispute Resolution Committee in a Digital register.
Rule 8(2): The Committee shall have access to this digital register with necessary authorisation to access the register.
Rule 8(3): The Committee shall fix a date for hearing of the application and shall issue notice of the hearing to the parties or shall cause a notice to be issued.
Rule 8(4): The Committee while issuing a notice under sub rule (3) shall call upon the respondent to submit a written statement and the notice shall contain a statement to this effect.
Rule 8(5): On the date so fixed for the appearance of the parties, the Committee may call upon the applicant to remedy the defects, if any, or may call upon the parties to furnish relevant records or such other documents or evidence as it may deem fit and proper within such period as may be specified by it.
Rule 8(6): The Committee may also order for a field enquiry in connection with the contentions made by the applicant(s) and respondent(s) and also with reference to the records submitted before it.
Rule 8(7): The Committee, after hearing the parties and examining the record of the case shall decide the application and pass such order as it may deem fit and proper within ninety days from the presentation of the application.
Rule 8(8): The Committee may also explore the possibility of a settlement between the parties and in case the parties arrive at a settlement, the Committee shall record the settlement, which shall be signed by the parties or the authorised representatives/ officers and shall dispose of the application in terms of such settlement.
Rule 8(9): The Committee shall not entertain an application where:-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act; and
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 9(1): An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the local authority, comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against. Rule 11(1): The officer or the person authorised in this behalf by the concerned local authority shall make an entry of the appeal in the register with the date on which it was presented.
Rule 11(2): The appeal shall be put up before the Appellate Authority constituted by the local authority which shall fix a date for hearing of the appeal, which shall not be later than fifteen days from the date of filing of the application, and shall cause a notice of the hearing to be served upon the parties.
Rule 11(3): The appellate authority shall pass such order, as it thinks fit, with reasons to be recorded in writing, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within sixty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority.
Goa Rule 17: Any person who is aggrieved by any decision of the TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending may, within one month from the date of such decision prefer an appeal to the local authority in Form-V. The local authority shall dispose of such appeal within one month from the date of receipt thereof. Rule 18(1): a Chairperson who has been a civil judge or a judicial magistrate and two professionals having experience in the field of informal economy including street vending of that region may be appointed as the other members of the committee. Rule 19: An application under sub-section (2) of section 20 shall be made in Form-VI hereto within a period of 30 days from the date of occurrence of the dispute/incident causing the grievance. Rule 20(1): The Grievance Redressal Committee shall dispose of the hearing of the application within two months from the date of receipt of the application and shall pass an order with reasons recorded in writing.
Rule 20(2): Pending the disposal of final hearing of the application, the street vendor may pray for interim relief. On receipt of an application, for interim relief, the committee shall hold a preliminary hearing with the applicant to
determine whether there is a prima facie case.
Rule 20(3): The result of the preliminary hearing shall be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing and recorded in writing. The committee may, by an order, grant or refuse the interim relief, if any, prayed by the street vendor, with
reasons to be recorded in writing.
Rule 20(4): The order shall be communicated to the street vendor and where it is held that there is a prima facie case, a notice shall be issued to the appropriate authority containing the details of the grievance.
Rule 20(5): The appropriate authority shall file a written reply within one week from the date of receipt of the notice. A copy of the reply shall also be furnished to the street vendor, free of cost.
Rule 20(6): The street vendor may file a counter reply to the written reply within a period of one week from the date of receipt of the written reply.
Rule 20(7): The committee shall give personal hearing to both parties and shall pass an order in writing, with reasons for taking the decision within a period of one month from the date of receipt of application.
Rule 21: An appeal under sub-section (4) of section 20, shall be filed within a period of 30 days from the date of the order of the Grievance Redressal Committee, in Form VII. Rule 22: On receipt of the appeal, the local authority shall issue notices to the parties concerned intimating the date and time of hearing. The parties shall appear before the local authority on the date fixed for hearing, which shall not be later than 30 days from the date of filing of appeal. The local authority shall pass an order, with reasons recorded in writing after giving both parties an opportunity of being heard, within 30 days from the date fixed for hearing.
Gujarat Rule 22(1): Any person, who is aggrieved by the decision or order of the TVC regarding issuance/cancellation/suspension of certificate of vending, may prefer an appeal to the Appellate Committee constituted under rule 21 within a period of thirty days from the date of the decision of the TVC, in the Form V, either himself or through his representative. Rule 18(3): Rule 19(1): Any street vendor who has grievance or dispute in respect of anything done or any action taken under the provisions of the Act or the rules (except section 11 of the Act) may make an application in writing in Form-IV, either himself or through his representative, to the Dispute Redressal Committee. Rule 20(1): On receipt of an application under rule 19, the Dispute Redressal Committee shall hold a preliminary hearing with the applicant to determine as to whether there is a prima facie case and whether the balance of convenience is in favour of applicant. The street vendor may also pray for the interim relief during the pendency of such application.
Rule 20(2): The result of the preliminary hearing shall be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing and shall be recorded in writing and communicated to the applicant. The Committee may grant or refuse the interim relief, if any, prayed by the street vendor, with the reasons recorded in writing.
Rule 20(3): Where it has been held by the Committee that there is a prima facie case, a notice shall be issued to the public authority containing the details of the grievance or dispute.
Rule 20(4): The public authority, on receipt of such notice, will file a reply within a period to be decided by the Committee. A copy of the reply shall also be furnished to the street vendor, free of cost.
Rule 20(5): The street vendor may file a counter reply within a period of two weeks from the date of receipt of the written reply filed by the State authority.
Rule 20(6): The Dispute Redressal Committee may order for or direct to hold a field inquiry by deputing one of its members or an official of the local authority in connection with the contentions made by the applicant or respondent and also with reference to the records placed before it.
Rule 20(7): The Dispute Redressal Committee, after hearing both the parties, shall pass an order in writing, with the reasons for taking the decision, within a period of one month from the date on which hearing of both the parties concluded.
Rule 20(8): The decision of the Dispute Redressal Committee shall be binding on the parties unless it is stayed by the Appellate Committee to which the appeal lies.
Rule 23(1): Any person aggrieved by the decision or order of the Dispute Redressal Committee may prefer an appeal in writing to the Appellate Committee constituted under rule 21 within a period of thirty days from the date of the order of the Dispute Redressal Committee in form VI either himself or through his representative Rule 23(3): The Appellate Committee, on receipt of the appeal, shall issue a notice to the parties concerned intimating the date and time of hearing. The hearing date shall be fixed within thirty days from the date of filing of an appeal.
Rule 23(4): The Appellate Committee, after hearing both parties shall pass an order in writing, stating the reasons for taking the decision, within a period of thirty days from the date on which hearing of both the parties concluded.
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Himachal Pradesh Rule 21: Aggrieved can file a written appeal with the local authority within 30 days from date of decision of the TVC under Form V; appeals must be disposed off within thirty days through a written order. Rule 18: Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; a retired Municipal Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Executive Officer of Municipality or Secretary of Nagar Panchayat as second member; prominent social worker, preferably with experience in the informal economy as the third member. Rule 19: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form IV, either himself or through a representative within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 20: On reciept of application, GRC will hold a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. A counter reply can be filed within 2 weeks of said notice by the street vendor. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 22: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in For VI. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 22: Written order is passed within 30 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Karnataka Rule 23: An appeal against an order or decision of a Town Vending Committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form-V respectively, to the appellate authority constituted under Rule 22 within a period of thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against Rule 23: An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance Redressal Committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form-VI, to the appellate authority constituted under Rule 22 within a period of thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against "Rule 21 (7) : The Grievance Redressal Committee, after hearing both the parties, shall pass an order in writing, with the reasons for taking the decision, within a period of one month from the date on which hearing of both the parties is concluded" Rule 18: Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; a retired Municipal Commissioner of Municipal Corporation, Executive Officer of Municipality or Secretary of Nagar Panchayat as second member; prominent social worker, preferably with experience in the informal economy as the third member. "Rule 20: Any street vendor who has grievance or dispute in respect of anything done or any action taken under the provision of the Act or the Rules (except as specified in section 11 of the Act) may make an application in writing in Form-IV, either himself or through his representative, to the Grievance Redressal Committee." Rule 21: On reciept of application, GRC will hold a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. A counter reply can be filed within 2 weeks of said notice by the street vendor. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Appellate Committee
Kerala Rule 15: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-A. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Rule 16: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; a retired Secetary or Additional Secretary of Municipal Corporation as second member; prominent social worker, preferably with experience in the informal economy as the third member. Rule 17: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form B, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 18: On reciept of application, GRC will hold a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. A counter reply can be filed within 2 weeks of said notice by the street vendor. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee. Rule 20: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form C, accompanied with a copy of the order and the vending certificate, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 21: Written order is passed within 30 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Lakshadweep "Rule 10: An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a Town Vending Committee with respect to issue of certificate of vending or cancelation or suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the appellate authority - the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form ‘C’ within thirty days from the date of communication of the order appealed against" "Rule 10: An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form ‘B’, to the appellate authority - the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within thirty days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against" "Rule 8: The Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall decide the application and pass such orders as it may deem fit and proper within sixty days from the date of presentation of the application" Rule 5: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knowledge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work or in dealing with the problems relating to street vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration; "Rule 7: The application shall be signed by the applicant and presented by him in person or through his authorised representative to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or such other person as may be authorised by the committee in this behalf, filed in three sets, with any other relevant orders, accompanied by a fee of hundred rupees" Rule 8: fix a date for the hearing (not more than 15 days from filing the application), call upon the respondent to submit a written statement, upon deciding orders may be passed within 60 days from the date of presentation of the application
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Maharashtra Rule 8: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-B. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 3: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, worked in local self-governments as an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to the government or equivalent or experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 6: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form A, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. It must be filed in three sets and shall be accompanied with a fee of hundred rupees Rule 7: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. A counter reply can be filed within 2 weeks of said notice by the street vendor. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 8: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form B, accompanied with a copy of the order and a fees of rupees two hundred, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 10: Written order is passed within 60 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Manipur Rule 10: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-C. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 4: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, worked in local self-governments as an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to the government or equivalent or experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 7: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form A, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. It must be filed in three sets and shall be accompanied with a fee of hundred rupees Rule 8: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. A counter reply can be filed within 2 weeks of said notice by the street vendor. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 9: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form B, accompanied with a copy of the order and a fees of rupees two hundred, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 11: Written order is passed within 60 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Meghalaya "Rule 15: Any person aggrieved by any decision of the Town Vending Committee with respect to issue of Certificate of Vending/License under Section 10 (5) or suspension/cancellation of Vending Certificate, may within a period of 3 (three) days from the date of communication of the decision prefer an appeal in Form- II to the Local Authority." Not Given Not Given Not Given Not Given Not Given
Mizoram Rule 21: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-C. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 18: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, worked in local self-governments as an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to the government or equivalent or experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 7: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form A, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 20: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 22: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form V, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 23: Written order is passed within 30 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Nagaland Rule 19: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-B. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 18: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, worked in local self-governments as an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to the government or equivalent or experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 19: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form A, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 20: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 22: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form III, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 23: Written order is passed within 30 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Odisha Rule 11: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-II. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 7: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, with experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 10: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form I, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 11: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Not given Not given
Puducherry Rule 8: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-B. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of two hundred rupees. Rule 4-5: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, hlding Bachelor's degrees from recognised universities, worked in local self-governments as an officer not below the rank of Under Secretary to the government or equivalent or experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 7: Every street vendor who has a grievance shall make an application in writing in Form A, either himmself or through an affiliated union within 30 days of the dispute. Rule 8: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 10: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form C, accompanied with a copy of the order and the vending certificate, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 11: Written order is passed within 180 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Punjab Rule 6: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-II. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied with a fees of fifty rupees. Rule 5: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, with experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 4: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-II. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Appeal shall be filed in three sets and accompanied witha fees of fifty rupees. Rule 11: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 4: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form II, accompanied with a copy of the order and a fees of rupees fifty, if issued. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 4: Written order is passed within 30 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Rajasthan Rule 17: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision in the prescribed Form-C. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Rule 15: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, with experience of atleast 10 years in social work or public affairs. Rule 15: Applicant aggrieved with any decision of the TVC may appeal to the Mayor or Chairman of the local authority within one month of the decision. Appeals must be disposed after personal hearings and within one month of filing the complaint. Rule 15: Every application shall be entered and numbered in seriatim by an authorised person upon reciept.Subsequently, GRC will hold a hearing to determine whether there is a prima facie case. Results will be pronounced at the conclusion of the hearing in writing. A notice shall be issued to the public authority if the GRC holds that there is a case. Decision is binding unless stayed by the Municipal Committee Rule 17: Appeal can be filed in writing within 30 days from the date of order of the GRC in Form II. Notice is issued to both parties and a hearing date is fixed within 30 days from the date of filing the appeal. Rule 17: Written order is passed within 45 days from the date on which hearing of both parties has been concluded.
Sikkim "Rule 9: An appeal against an order or decision of a Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee may be preferred by an aggrieved person, in Form 'B', to the appellate authority constituted by the concerned local authority, comprising of the Mayor or Chairman or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, within 30(thirty) days from the date of communication of such order or decision appealed against:" Rule 10: An appeal under section 11 against any decision of a Town Vending Committee with respect to issue of certificate of vending or cancelation or suspension of certificate of vending shall be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the concerned local authority comprising of the Mayor or President as the Chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Board meeting, in Form 'C' within 30(thirty) days from the date of communication of the order appealed against Rule 11: Written order shall be passed within 60 days from the date of the reciept of the appeal Rule 4: Civil Judge or retired Judicial Magistrate as Chairperson; two other professionals over the age of 35, with experience of atleast 3 years in social work or public affairs. "Rule 7: The application shall be signed by the applicant and presented by him in person or through his authorised representative to the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee or such other person as may be authorised by the committee in this behalf, filed in three sets, with any other relevant orders, accompanied by a fee of hundred rupees" Rule 8: Every application for grievance redressal, on receipt, shall be entered and numbered in seriatum by the person authorised in this behalf by the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee in a register to be kept for this purpose, hearing shall be fixed within 15 days of filing the application
Tamil Nadu Rule 9. Appeal against the decision of TVC- (1) An appeal u/s section 11 to be preferred before the concerned local authority in Form 'C' within 30 days from the date of receipt of the order; delay to be condoned in case of sufficient cause. (2) The appeal shall be in Form 'C', signed by the appellant; the memorandum of appeal along with the original or certified copy of the order (3) The appeal to be submitted in triplicate, along with a fee of Rs.200/- (4) No appeal to be entertained without proof of service Rule 3(1): a Chairperson - Ex- Civil Judge or a Judicial Magistrate and two other professionals as members. Rule 6. Form and manner of making application for redressal of grievance or resolution of dispute.- (1) Every application u/s 20(2) in Form 'A'.
(2) The application, in writing, shall be signed by the applicant and presented by him in person or through his authorised
representative to the Superintendent of the Grievance Redressal and Dispute Resolution Committee/ authorised person.
(3) The application to be submitted in triplicate with a fee Rs.500/-
(4) The application along with a copy of the impugned order or notice and other relevant documents.
Rule 7. Manner of verification of application and enquiry.-(1) Every application to be entered and numbered in seriatum by the Superintendent in GRDR register; (2) The Superintendent after making an entry in the Register shall put up the application before the GRDRC
(3) GRDRC to fix a date for hearing; to issue notice to the parties.
(4) GRDRC while issuing a notice to call upon the respondent to submit a written statement.
(5) On the hearing date, GRDRC to call upon the applicant to rectify the defects, if any, or to call upon the relevant parties to furnish relevant records or such
other documents or evidence
(6) GRDRC may also order a field enquiry
(7) GRDRC after hearing the parties and examining the records, to decide the application, within ninety days from the date of receipt of the application.
(8) GRDRC to explore the possibility of a settlement; in case of settlement, GRDRC to record the settlement, whto be signed by the parties.
(9) GRDRC not to entertain an application under rule 6, where-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act; and
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 8. Appeal against the order of GRDRC (1) An appeal against an order of GRDRC may be preferred by an aggrieved
person to the local authority concerned, within 30 days from the date of receipt of such impugned order:
Provided that the local authority may condone the delay in case of sufficient cause.
(2) The appeal shall be in Form-'B' , signed by the appellant; the memorandum of appeal along with the original
order or certified copy of the impugned order
(3) The appeal to be submitted in triplicate along with a fee of Rs.500/- .
(4) No such appeal to be entertained unless a copy is served and proof of such service is filed along with the appeal.
(5) No appeal shall be entertained in case of settlement passed by GRDRC.
Rule 10. Procedure for disposal of appeals by the Local Authority:- (1) The authorised officer to make an entry of the appeal specifying the submission date.
(2) Every appeal to be examined by an Appeal Committee constituted in each local authority, consisting of-
(a) in respect of Corporation of Chennai:-
(i) Chairman - Chairman of the zone concerned.
(ii) Member - One Councillor nominated by the Mayor.
(iii) Member Secretary - Zonal Assistant Commissioner
(b) in respect of other corporations/municipalities/town panchayats,-
(i) Chairman - Mayor/Chairperson
- (ii) Member - One Councillor nominated by the Mayor / Chairperson
(iii) Member Secretary - The Executive authority
(3) The appeal to be put up before the Appeal Committee immediately on its receipt; Appeal Committee to fix a hearing date and serve notice upon the parties.
(4) The Appeal Committee, based on submissions and the records of the case and field enquiry, if any, pass such order, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within 180 days one hundred and eighty days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority.
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Tripura Rule 22. Appeal against the decision of TVC- (1) An appeal u/s section 11 to be preferred before the appellate authority constituted by the concerned local authority comprising of the Mayor or chairperson and two other members of the local authority as decided in the General Body Meetin; to be filed in Form 'C' within 30 days from the date of receipt of the order; delay to be condoned in case of sufficient cause. Rule 16: a Chairperson - an ex-Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrate and two other professionals as members; to be appointed by the Government for three years, extendable for further two years; provided no chairperson to hold office after an age of 67 years.
Rule 17: For Professional:
- above 35 years bit not more than 65 years of age;
- posseses a Bachelors degree from a recognised University
- Person of ability, integrity and standing and has adequate knoweldge or experience of, at least, ten years in social work, or in dealing with problems relating to stret vendors or of public affairs or of municipal or public administration.
Rule 19: (1) Application to be filed in Form-A Rule 20.(1) Every application to be entered and numbered in seriatum by the Superintendent in GRDR register; (2) The Authorised person after making an entry in the Register shall put up the application before the GRDRC
(3) GRDRC to fix a date for hearing; to issue notice to the parties.
(4) GRDRC while issuing a notice to call upon the respondent to submit a written statement.
(5) On the hearing date, GRDRC to call upon the applicant to rectify the defects, if any, or to call upon the relevant parties to furnish relevant records or such
other documents or evidence
(6) GRDRC may also order a field enquiry
(7) GRDRC after hearing the parties and examining the records, to decide the application, within 60 days from the date of receipt of the application; GRDRC may pass interim orders as deemed necessary.
(8) GRDRC to explore the possibility of a settlement; in case of settlement, GRDRC to record the settlement, whto be signed by the parties.
(9) GRDRC not to entertain an application, where-
(a) the application is anonymous or it contains general and vague allegations;
(b) the matter is sub-judice in any court of law, tribunal or a judicial or quasi-judicial authority;
(c) the matter is beyond the purview of the Act; and
(d) the applicant has no locus standi to file the application.
Rule 21. Appeal against the order of GRDRC (1) An appeal against an order of GRDRC to be preferred within 30 days from the date of receipt of such impugned order, to the appellate authority constituted by the concerned local authority, as decided in the General Body Meeting
Provided that the local authority may condone the delay in case of sufficient cause.
(2) The appeal to be in the form of a memorandum, signed by the appellant;
(3) Memo of appeal to be accompanied with original order or certified copy of the order.
(4) Appeal to be in triplicate along with a fee of Rs. 200/-
(5) No such appeal to be entertained unless a copy is served and proof of such service is filed along with the appeal.
(5) No appeal shall be entertained in case of settlement passed by GRDRC.
Rule 23. (1) The authorised officer to make an entry of the appeal specifying the date.
(2) The appeal to be put up before the Appellate Authority (AA); AA to to fix a hearing date and serve notice upon the parties.
(3) AA based on submissions, case records and field enquiry, if any, pass such order, confirming, modifying or annulling the order appealed against within 60 days from the date of receipt of the appeal by the local authority; AA to have power to pass interim order, as deemed necessary.
Uttar Pradesh Rule 24(1)Appeal to the Mayor/ Chairperson within 30 days of the receipt of the order; Rule 25(1): Committee constituted by the Municipality consisting of the Mayor/ Chairperson and two other members of the municipality. Rule 25(1): Street vendor to make the application in writing for redressal of grievance to the Executive Committee or to a Comittee constituted by the municipality Rule 25 (2): On receipt of the application, the committee to collect reports and comments of the Municipal Comissioner or the Executive Officer on the matter; to take steps for redressal of such disputes within one month from the receipt of the the application. Steps taken in this regard to be communicated to the applicant in writing within 45 days from the receipt of the application Rule 25(3): Appeal to the municipality within 30 days from the communication of details under Rule 25(2). Rule 25(4) Municipality to issue summon to the appellant; after hearing within one month, may dispose of the apeal within the following month.
Uttarakhand "Rule 11: (1) against the decision of TVC; an appeal to First Appellate Officer in format-B;
(2) Second appeal to the Second Appellate Officer in format-C"
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West Bengal "Rule 13. Appeals against Town Vending Committee. - - appeal to the Mayor (in case of the Municipal Corporations) or the Chainnan or any other authority equivalent to Chairman in case of Local authority ( other than Municipal Corporations) within one month from the date of TVC decision. - The Mayor or Chairman to dispose an appeal within a month from the application date either by rejecting or accepting it with a reasoned order. Decision of the Appellate Authority on any Appeal shall be final." Not given Not given Not given Not given Not given
Sub-headings
State (h): Term and Manner of constituting TVC u/s 22(1) (i): Number of other members - TVC u/s 22(2)(b) Number of Street Vendor Rep (j) Manner of SV elections u/s 22(2)(d) Term/Duration of TVC (l) the time and place for meeting, procedure for transaction of business at meetings by the Town Vending Committee under section 23) Quorum/ Notice Period for meeting Functions of TVC
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Rule 12(1): In each local authority, one TVC shall be constituted by the Government.
Rule 12(2): Constitution of TVC
(a) Government Department -
(i) Chairperson (Municipal Commissioner or Chief Executive Officer)
(ii) Representative of Police (preferably from the Traffic Division)
(b) Other Bodies -
(i) Street vendors (one-third of whom shall be women vendors, with due representation of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities)
(ii) Non-government organisations and community based Organisations
(iii) Resident Welfare Associations
(iv) Representative of State Level Bankers Committee
Rule 12(3): The members of the Town Vending Committee other than the elected members shall be nominated by the Government:
Provided that nomination of Government members shall be preferred from amongst persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities:
Provided further that nomination of members representing non-governmental organisations or community based organisations or resident welfare associations shall be carried out on the basis of such criteria as may be laid down by the Government, after inviting applications, as such, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner.
Rule 15(1): The term of the members of the Town Vending Committee, other than the Government officials who shall be members in ex-officio capacity, shall be five years from the date of their election or nomination, as the case may be.
Rule 12(2): 09/10 4/10 (one-third of whom shall be women vendors, with due representation of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities) Schedule:
1. The local authority concerned shall supervise, direct and control the conduct of ballot-based elections of the members of a Town Vending Committee representing the street vendors in the area of its jurisdiction.
2. As soon as the notification expressing the intention of the local authority to conduct elections for members of a TVC representing the street vendors has been issued under sub-rule (1) of rule 13 and a returning officer has been appointed for conducting the elections under sub-rule (2) of that rule, the local authority shall by a resolution determine the date, time and place for conduct of elections.
Not given Rule 19(1): A TVC shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at any such intervals as the Chairperson of the TVC may decide for the transaction of its business.
Rule 19(2): The meetings of a TVC shall be held at the headquarters of the local authority or at such place within the jurisdiction of the local authority as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 20(1): The TVC may follow such procedure for transaction of its business as may be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
Rule 20(2) Subject to the provisions of the Act and these rules and notwithstanding anything contained in the bye-laws, the resolution passed in a meeting of a TVC shall be by not less than two-thirds of the members present and voting in the meeting.
Rule 20(3) The Chairperson shall ensure that the minutes of each meeting are recorded which shall be signed by him, circulated amongst the members and published on its website, if available, within one month of the meeting of the Committee.
Rule 19(3): A notice shall be issued before seven days of a scheduled meeting to all the members of the Town Vending Committee, along-with the agenda of the meeting.
Rule 19(4): The quorum for the meeting shall be two-third members of the total strength of the Town Vending Committee.
(a) to conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity;
(b) to issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions;
(c) to cancel/suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud;
(d) to recommend to the local authority an area in its jurisdiction to be a non-vending area;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plan to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons from the Government or other non-government organisations with itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required;
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities under the Act or these rules or the scheme made thereunder;
(o) to furnish from time to time to the Government and the local authority such returns as prescribed under the Act and these rules;
(p) to furnish comments to the Government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the economy; and
(r) to perform such other functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules, as may be delegated to the Town Vending Committee by the local authority and by the Government.
Andhra Pradesh Rule 4(1): (ii) The official members of TVCs to be nominated by the Government by designation; (iii) Non official members shall be elected / selected as per rule 4(2) and subsequently to be nominated by Government. (iv) Only in Mission Cities, more zonal vending committee may be constituted by the local authority with government's approval.
Rule 4(2)(d): The local authority to publish the the list of TVC's nominated members on its website, within 30 days from the last date for submission of application forms for members of
TVC; (e) Government to notify the formation of TVC in official gazette.
6/10 in case of municipalities; 9/15 for municipal corporation and 8/15 for mission cities 4/10 in case of Municipalities; 6/15 for municipal corporations; 7/15 for Mission Cities [excluding Chairperson] Rule 4(2): Local Authority, with approval from Government, to decide whether to have ballot based election (to be conducted by the collector) or selection by lot (publish a notice inviting aplications for TVC membership on the website and three local newspapers; lottery if applications exceed the vacancy)   Rule 4(6): Office procedure for TVC:
(a) In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(i) Time and Venue of the meeting to be decided by the Chairperson; (ii) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (iv). Decision based on the majority of present members; (vi). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(vii). Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website (viii). Meeting of the committee should be held at least once in a month; (ix). Requisition meeting can be called by only chairperson on a specific issue on the request of minimum (1/3rd ) of TVC members; to be called within (72) hours after receiving the request; (x). TVC's first meeting to be called within 15 days of the publication of the gazette notification.
Rule4(6)(a):2/3rd; member convenor shall issue the notice before 7 days of scheduled meeting. (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and
specific period;
(vii). To furnish returns periodically;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors
Assam Rule 3(1): TVC shall be constituted by the State Government for the Guwahati Municipal Corporation at Central level and zone wise and by the respective Municipalities or Town Committees fer the other Municipalities and Urban Local Bodies level which shall consist of a Chairman and ten other
members: (a) Commissioner of Guwahati Municipal Corporation / Executive Officer of Urban Local Bodies or Representatives as the case may be, shall be the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee;
(b) 40% of the members from the Federations or Associations of the Street Vending Community to be elected by themselves in the manner prescribed under rule 5 of these rules; provided that one-third ofthe members from the Street Vendors shall be from among women vendors.
(c) 20% of the members from the Urban Local Bodies and other Government departments including Local Authority, Planning Authority and Police to be nominated by the State Government;
(d) 10% representative from Banks and Insurance Companies to be nominated by the State Government;
(e) 10% elected members of Urban Local Bodies and Area Sabha representatives to be nominated by the State Government;
(f) 10% members from the Residents Welfare Associations and Community Based Organisaions to be nominated the Government;
(g) 10% members from Non-Government Organisations, Professional Groups (Lawyers, Doctors, Town Planners, Architects) and representatives of Trade and Commerce and Scheduled banks to be
nominated by the State Government.
Rule 3(2): Rule of reservations to be maintained for Scheduled Caste, Scheduled
Tribe and other Backward Classes shall be in accordance with the rules of
the Urban Local Bodies elections in Assam.
Rule 3(3): Adequate representations should also be provided to the physically
challenged persons and the minorities in the Vending Committee from
among the members representing street vendors.
Rule 3(1):
(b) 40% of the members from the Federations or Associations of the Street Vending Community to be elected by themselves in the manner prescribed under rule 5 of these rules; provided that one-third ofthe members from the Street Vendors shall be from among women vendors.
(c) 20% of the members from the Urban Local Bodies and other Government departments including Local Authority, Planning Authority and Police to be nominated by the State Government;
(d) 10% representative from Banks and Insurance Companies to be nominated by the State Government;
(e) 10% elected members of Urban Local Bodies and Area Sabha representatives to be nominated by the State Government;
(f) 10% members from the Residents Welfare Associations and Community Based Organisaions to be nominated the Government;
(g) 10% members from Non-Government Organisations, Professional Groups (Lawyers, Doctors, Town Planners, Architects) and representatives of Trade and Commerce and Scheduled banks to be
nominated by the State Government.
Rule 3(1)(b): 40% of the members from the Federations or Associations of the Street Vending Community to be elected by themselves in the manner prescribed under rule 5 of these rules; provided that one-third ofthe members from the Street Vendors shall be from among women vendors. Rule 5: The entire process of election for electing the representatives among the street vendors shall be taken up in a meeting convened for the purpose among the listed street vendors. The listed street vendors shall exercise their franchise in that meeting to elect their representatives. 3 Years Rule 6(a): TVC shall meet for the transaction of its business at its office at least once in a month or as often as a meeting is called by the Chairperson of the said Committee.
Rule 6(b): Save as otherwise provided in these rules, the TVC shall, mutatis mutandis, follow all rules of procedures and regard to the transaction of business at its meeting as provided in the relevant Municipal Act and rules for the transaction of business of the concerned Municipality and the Committee constituted under the said Municipal Act.
Rule 6: As provided under Section 23(1) and (2) of the Act, TVCs shall meet twice in a quarter. Fifty percent of the members present in a meeting shall constitute the quorum. At least two weeks notice shall be given for convening a meeting of the TVC. Rule 6(d): The TVC shall discharge functions as provided in the Act and in Chapter-II of the Act, in particular.
Arunachal Pradesh

Rule 4: (1)
A) In the case of a Municipal Corporation, the committee shall consist of the following members, namely;-
Official Members -
(i) The Municipal Commissioner who shall be the Chairperson,
(ii) Medical officer of the local authority or any officer in-charge of the management of preventive
health measures,
(iii) Deputy Commissioner or his/her representative,
(iv) Chief of Town Planner or his/her representative, and
(v) One Police official nominated by the Director General of Police not below the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police.
(vi) One of the official members as decided by the Chairperson shall act as the Secretary of the Committee.

Non-official Members-
(i) One member of the local authority,
(ii) Eight representatives of the street vendors who are carrying on street vending activity;
(a) While holding election of the street vendors, the TVC, if it deems fit, shall decide the number of seats to be represented by scheduled tribe, minorities and persons with disabilities on a rotation basis.
(b) For ensuring one-third representation for women, the TVC shall decide the number of seats of reserved and open category before each election which shall be represented by a woman candidate only.
(iii) One member of the Market and Trade associations,
(iv) One member of the Non-Government Organizations,
(v) One member of the Community Based organizations, and
(vi) One representative of the Nationalized Lead Bank of the City or Town.

B) In the case of a Municipality, the committee shall consist of the following members, namely;-
Official Members -
(i) The Chief Municipal Executive Officer or Municipal Executive Officer who shall be the Chairperson,
(ii) Sub-Divisional Magistrate,
(iii) Police Inspector, and
(iv) Town Planner
(v) Deputy Director - UD & Housing
(vi) One of the official members as decided by the Chairperson shall act as the Secretary of the Committee.

Non-official members-
(i) One member of the local authority,
(ii) Five representatives of street vendors who are carrying on street vending activity,
(a) While holding election of the street vendors, the TVC if it deems fit, shall decide the number of seats to be represented by scheduled tribe, minorities and persons with qisabilities on a rotation basis.-
(b) For ensuring one-third representation for women, the TVC shall decide the number of seats of reserved and open category before each election which shall be represented by a woman candidate only.
(iii) One member of the Market and Trade associations,
(iv) One member of the Non-Government Organizations, and
(v) One representative of the Nationalized Lead Bank of the City or Town.

C) In the case of a Nagar Panchayat, the committee shall consist of the following members, namely;-
Official Members
(i) The Municipal Executive Officer (MEO) who shall be the Chairperson,
(ii) Extra Assistant Commissioner (EAC)

In the case of a Municipal Corporation, 19. In the case of a Municipal Corporation, 8.
In the case of a Municipality, 5.
In the case of a Nagar Panchayat, 4.

Rule 6(3): The election for the members of the town vending committee from amongst the street vendor shall be conducted in the manner provided in the Schedule appended to these rules.

Schedule:
15. Where the number of candidates whose nomination papers have been declared valid, does not exceed the number of candidates to be elected, the returning officer shall announced the names of all such candidates and declare them to have been duly elected to the TVC. Where the number of candidate whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll soon on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. The ballot paper to be used for the election shall be as prescribed in Form-II.

3 Years Rule 10: (1) The TVC shall decide in its first meeting, the various procedural aspects relating to conduct of its business.
(2) The time and venue of the meeting shall be decided by the Chairperson.
(3) The member secretary shall issue a notice before seven days of a scheduled meeting.
(4) The agenda of items to be discussed in the meeting shall be circulated to the members and put up on official designated website. Each agenda item shall be accompanied by a detailed note bringing out the issues involved with the clear recommendation, if any, made by the administration. The agenda papers including the notes shall be in the local language.
(5) The quorum of the meeting shall be of two-third members of total strength of the committee.
(6) The decision shall be taken on the basis of the majority of members present at the meeting.
(7) No meeting shall be carried on in the absence of the quorum and where there is no quorum, the meeting shall be adjourned.
(8) The minutes of the meeting shall be signed by the Chairperson and shall be placed in the subsequent meeting of the committee for confirmation
(9) The minutes of the meeting shall be placed on the local body website or the TVC may decide to have its own website.
(10) The meeting of the committee shall be held at least once in every two months.
(11) The first meeting of the newly constituted committee shall be fixed within fifteen days from the date of its constitution.
Rule 10(3): The member secretary shall issue a notice before seven days of a scheduled meeting.
Rule 10(5): The quorum of the meeting shall be of two-third members of total strength of the committee.
Rule 13:
(i) to conduct surveys for street vending and to take final decision about vending zones along with their
holding capacity as worked out by the local authority under the scheme,
(ii) where the committee considers it necessary to change zoning or the area to be allotted to individual
vendor, it may draw the attention of the local authority to suitably modify the plan. After obtaining the
opinion of the local authority, the committee shall take final decisions there on,
(iii) while making recommendations and suggesting any changes in the vending zones, the committee
shall take into consideration the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area
concerned,
(iv) to issue, withhold, renew, suspend or cancel the certificate of vending,
(v) to carry out social audit as specified in the scheme,
(vi) to declare, on the recommendation of the local authority, the natural market, weekly market, heritage
market, festival market, seasonal market, night bazaar and niche market with their exact location and the specific period in case of seasonal market or festive market. Where such markets are evolving a new, the committee shall get the necessary survey carried on of the area and such other aspects as it deems necessary and declare the place a market of any of the aforesaid mentioned categories, depending on the situation,
(vii) to furnish, from time to time, to the State Government such returns prescribed in the Act and the rules,
(viii) to provide comments to the State Government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance' and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors,
(ix) to raise awareness among the people, the role of street vendors in the economy, and
(x) to perform such other functions as assigned by the local authority or the State Government for effective implementation of the Act and these rules.
Bihar Rule 3(1): The Government shall consitute a TVC in each local authority. Following shall be the members of TVC: (a) Municipal Commissioner or Executive Officer; (b) City Manager/Revenue Officer; (c) Civil Surgeon/Medical Officer; (d) District Planning Officer/Municipal Engineer; (e) Superintendent of Police/Other selected officer; (f) SP Traffic; (g) Lead Bank Manager/representative; (h) Chamber of Commerce (Representative); (i) National Union for Informal Workers; (j) Non-Government Organisations/Community Based Organisations; (k) Representative of Street vending organisations/Associations/Federations
Rule 3(5): Representatives from non-government organisations/community-based organisations and street vending organisations/associations/federations will be nominated by the District Magistrate.
Rule 3(1): (b) City Manager/Revenue Officer; (c) Civil Surgeon/Medical Officer; (d) District Planning Officer/Municipal Engineer; (e) Superintendent of Police/Other selected officer; (f) SP Traffic; (g) Lead Bank Manager/representative; (h) Chamber of Commerce (Representative); (i) National Union for Informal Workers; (j) Non-Government Organisations/Community Based Organisations; (k) Representative of Street vending organisations/Associations/Federations
Rule 3(2): Number of non-government organisations/community-based organisations representatives will not be less than 10% of the total number of members in the committee.
Rule 3(3): Number of street vendor representatives will not be less than 40% of the total number of members in the committee.
Rule 3(4): 1/3 of street vendor representatives will be women vendors.
Rule 3(3): Number of street vendor representatives will not be less than 40% of the total number of members in the committee.
Rule 3(4): 1/3 of street vendor representatives will be women vendors.
Rule 4(1): The nomination of street vendor representative will be undertaken by the office of the District Magistrate in consultation with Municipal Commissioner/Executive Officer. The local authority shall invite applications from suitable candidates in the prescribed format. Applications will be shortlisted based on a pre-defined eligibility criteria and if more applications are received than the required number, the District Magistrate and the Chairperson of the TVC will select the member on the basis of lottery in presence of the interested parties. 3 Years Rule 6: (1) The date, time and place for the meeting will be decided by the chairperson of the TVC.
(2) A notice of the meeting will be sent by registered post to the address' given by himself, of each member of the committee, at. least seven days before the time for such meeting. The notice of the meeting will contain place, date and time of the meeting and a list of business will be transacted at the meeting;
Rule 6: (3) Chairperson will issue the notice before seven days of the scheduled meeting;
(9) The quorum for the meeting will be at least l/3rd of the total members of TVC. Meeting will not be carried out in the absence of the quorum and it will
be adjoumed;
Rule 6: (10)
(i) Final Decision about Vending Zones along with their holding capacity as worked out by the local authority;
(ii) Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of the Vending Certificate;
(iii) Getting a social audit initiated on the implementation of the Act;
(iv) For deciding the zoning, the TVC will have the base materials/ data from the local authority. Regulations and the planning will identify the Vending Zones. In case the TVC has got any points to be made about the zone or about the area to be allotted to each individual vendor, it can draw attention of the planning and local authority to suitably modify the plan. After obtaining the opinion of the authority, the TVC may take an appropriate decision;
(v) On the recomrnendation of the local authority, TVC will declare the natural market, weekly market, heritage market, festive market, seasonal market, night bazaar and niche market with their exact location and specific period in case of seasonal nrarket or festival market;
(vi) While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the Vending Zones, the TVC rvill have to take into consideration the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the concerned area;
Chandigarh Rule 12(1): In each local authority one Town Vending Committee shall be constituted by the Government.
Rule 12(2): Constitution of TVC:
Government Department -
(i) Chairperson (Municipal Commissioner or Chief Executive Officer)
(ii) Representative of Police (preferably from the Traffic Division)
(iii) Medical Officer of Health, Municipal Corporation Chandigarh
(iv) Representative of Urban Planning Authority, Union Territory administration, Chandigarh
(v) Superintendent of Police, Union Territory administration, Chandigarh
Other Bodies -
(i) Street vendors (one-third of whom shall be women vendors, with due representation of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities)
(ii) Non-government organisations and community based organisations
(iii) Resident Welfare Associations
Rule 12(3): The members of the Town Vending Committee other than the elected members shall be nominated by the Government:
Provided that nomination of Government members shall be preferred from amongst persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities:
Provided further that nomination of members representing non-governmental organisations or community-based organisations or resident welfare associations shall be carried out on the basis of such criteria as may be laid down by the Government, after inviting applications, as such, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner.
Rule 12(2): 11/12 Rule 7(2): 05 Schedule: 11. If the number of candidates whose nomination papers have been declared valid, does not exceed the number of candidates to be elected, the returning officer shall announce the names of all such candidates and declare them to have been duly elected to the Town Vending Committee after the closing hour of the day of withdrawal of candidatures fixed under paragraph 10 above. If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. Ballot paper to be used shall be as prescribed in Form-2 annexed to this Schedule. 3 Years Rule 19(1): A Town Vending Committee shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at any such intervals as the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee may decide for the transaction of its business.
Rule 19(2): The meetings of a Town Vending Committee shall be held at the headquarters of the local authority or at such place within the jurisdiction of the local authority as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 20(1): The Town Vending Committee may follow such procedure for transaction of its business as may be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
Rule 20(2): Subject to the provisions of the Act and these rules and notwithstanding anything contained in the bye-laws, the resolution passed in a meeting of a Town Vending Committee shall be by not less than two-thirds of the members present and voting in the meeting.
Rule 20(3): The Chairperson shall ensure that the minutes of each meeting are recorded which shall be signed by him, circulated amongst the members and published on its website, if available, within one month of the meeting of the Committee.
Rule 19(3): A notice shall be issued before seven days of a scheduled meeting to all the members of the Town Vending
Committee, along-with the agenda of the meeting.
Rule 19(4): The quorum for the meeting shall be two-third members of the total strength of the Town Vending Committee.
Rule 21: (a) to conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within the area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions subject to which the certificate of vending is issued for issue of certificate of vending, the Town Vending Committee shall follow the criteria as specified in the scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act;
(c) to cancel or suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions thereof or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or these rules or scheme made under the Act or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud:
Provided that any order for cancellation or suspension of a certificate of vending by the Town Vending Committee shall specify the reasons for such cancellation or suspension in the written order communicated to the vendor;
(d) to recommend to the local authority an area in its jurisdiction for declaration of the same to be a non-vending area;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
Chhattisgarh

Rule 5(1): There shall be a Town Vending Committee for every town:
Provided that in cities that have been divided into various administrative zones, there may be a Town Vending Committee for every zone.
Rule 5(2): (a) The Municipal Officer shall be ex-officio Chairman of the Town Vending Committee;
(b) Chairman of the Market Committee shall be ex-officio Vice Chairman of the Town Vending Committee;
(c) The Mayor or the President, as the case may be, shall nominate four counsellors as members;
(d): The Municipal Officer shall nominate two reputed social workers or sociologists as members;
(e): The Vendors' guild shall nominate ten vendors, half of whom shall be women as members:
Provided that, if there is no Vendors' Guild, the Municipal Officer shall nominate ten vendors, half of whom should be women, to serve as members:
Provided further that due representation shall be given to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities:
Provided also that the vendors shall be so selected as to represent various trades and vendor zones in the town.

(f) The Superintendent (Traffic Police) shall nominate an officer not below the rank of a Deputy Superintendent of Police, to serve as member of the Town Vending Committee;
(g) The Municipal Officer shall nominate three officials namely, Market Superintendent, Health Officer and Town Planner as members of the Town Vending Committee;
(h) The Director, Town and Country Planning shall nominate an official not below the rank of Assistant Director as member of the Town Vending Committee;
(i) The President of Chamber of Commerce shall nominate a representative as member of the Town Vending Committee;
(j) The president may, as required, invite any other person to be associated with the Town Vending Committee as advisor or consultant, on or without remuneration as may be approved by the Town Vending Committee, to be paid out of the funds of the Town Vending Committee.

Rule 5(2)(d): 23 Rule 5(2): 10 Not given Rule 5(3): Co-terminus with the term of the Municipal Body Not given Not given  
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Rule 12(1): In each local authority, one Town Vending Committee shall be constituted by the Government.
Rule 12(2): Constitution of TVC:
(a) Government Department -
(i) Chairperson (Municipal Commissioner or Chief Executive Officer)
(ii) Representative of Police (preferably from the Traffic Division)
(b) Other Bodies -
(i) Street vendors (one-third of whom shall be women vendors, with due representation of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities)
(ii) Non-government organisations and community based organisations
(iii) Resident Welfare Associations
(iv) Representative of State Level Bankers Committee 01
Rule 12(3): The members of the Town Vending Committee other than the elected members shall be nominated by the Government:
Provided that nomination of Government members shall be preferred from amongst persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities:
Provided further that nomination of members representing non-governmental organisations or community based organisations or resident welfare associations shall be carried out on the basis of such criteria as may be laid down by the Government, after inviting applications, as such, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner.
Rule 12(2): 09/10 Rule 12(2): 04 Schedule: 11. If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. Ballot paper to be used shall be as prescribed in Form-2 annexed to this Schedule. Not given Rule 19(1): A Town Vending Committee shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at any such intervals as the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee may decide for the transaction of its business.
Rule 19(2): The meetings of a Town Vending Committee shall be held at the headquarters of the local authority or at such place
within the jurisdiction of the local authority as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 20(1): The Town Vending Committee may follow such procedure for transaction of its business as may be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
Rule 20(2): Subject to the provisions of the Act and these rules and notwithstanding anything contained in the bye-laws, the resolution passed in a meeting of a Town Vending Committee shall be by not less than two-thirds of the members present and voting in the meeting.
Rule 20(3): The Chairperson shall ensure that the minutes of each meeting are recorded which shall be signed by him, circulated amongst the members and published on its website, if available, within one month of the meeting of the Committee.
Rule 19(3): A notice shall be issued before seven days of a scheduled meeting to all the members of the Town Vending
Committee, along-with the agenda of the meeting.
Rule 19(4): The quorum for the meeting shall be two-third members of the total strength of the Town Vending Committee.
Rule 21: (a) to conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within the area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions subject to which the certificate of vending is issued for issue of certificate of vending, the Town Vending Committee shall follow the criteria as specified in the scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act;
(c) to cancel or suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions thereof or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or these rules or scheme made under the Act or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud:
Provided that any order for cancellation or suspension of a certificate of vending by the Town Vending Committee shall specify the reasons for such cancellation or suspension in the written order communicated to the vendor;
(d) to recommend to the local authority an area in its jurisdiction for declaration of the same to be a non-vending area;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plan to promote the vocation of
street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons from the Government or other non-government organisations with
itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and
displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required,
specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within
which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified
therein;
(m) to maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and street vendors to whom certificate of vending has
been issued in accordance with the provisions of the Act and publish on the website, if available;
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities under the Act or these rules or the scheme made thereunder;
(o) to furnish from time to time to the Government and the local authority such returns as prescribed under the Act and
these rules;
(p) to furnish comments to the Government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance
and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the economy;
and
(r) to perform such other functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules as may be delegated to the
Town Vending Committee by the local authority and by the Government.
Daman and Diu Rule 12(1): In each local authority, one Town Vending Committee shall be constituted by the Government.
Rule 12(2): Constitution of TVC:
(a) Government Department -
(i) Chairperson (Municipal Commissioner or Chief Executive Officer)
(ii) Representative of Police (preferably from the Traffic Division)
(i) Street vendors (one-third of whom shall be women vendors, with due representation of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities)
(ii) Non-government organisations and community based Organisations
(iii) Resident Welfare Associations
(iv) Representative of State Level Bankers Committee
Rule 12(3): The members of the Town Vending Committee other than the elected members shall be nominated by the Government:
Provided that nomination of Government members shall be preferred from amongst persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities:
Provided further that nomination of members representing non-governmental organisations or community based organisations or resident welfare associations shall be carried out on the basis of such criteria as may be laid down by the Government, after inviting applications, as such, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner.
Rule 12(2): 09/10 Rule 12(2): 04 Schedule: 11. If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. Ballot paper to be used shall be as prescribed in Form-2 annexed to this Schedule. Not given Rule 19(1): A TVC shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at any such intervals as the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee may decide for the transaction of its business.
Rule 19(2): The meetings of a Town Vending Committee shall be held at the headquarters of the local authority or at such place within the jurisdiction of the local authority as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 19(3): A notice shall be issued before seven days of a scheduled meeting to all the members of the Town Vending
Committee, along-with the agenda of the meeting.
Rule 19(4): The quorum for the meeting shall be two-third members of the total strength of the Town Vending Committee.
Rule 21: (a) to conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within the area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions subject to which the certificate of vending is issued for issue of certificate of vending, the Town Vending Committee shall follow the criteria as specified in the scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act;
(c) to cancel or suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions thereof or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or these rules or scheme made under the Act or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud:
Provided that any order for cancellation or suspension of a certificate of vending by the Town Vending Committee shall specify the reasons for such cancellation or suspension in the written order communicated to the vendor;
(d) to recommend to the local authority an area in its jurisdiction for declaration of the same to be a non-vending area;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plan to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons from the Government or other non-government organisations with
itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;
(m) to maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and street vendors to whom certificate of vending has been issued in accordance with the provisions of the Act and publish on the website, if available;
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities under the Act or these rules or the scheme made thereunder;
(o) to furnish from time to time to the Government and the local authority such returns as prescribed under the Act and these rules;
(p) to furnish comments to the Government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the economy; and
(r) to perform such other functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules as may be delegated to the Town Vending Committee by the local authority and by the Government.
Delhi Rule 12(1): New Delhi Municipal Council and Delhi Cantonment Board shall have one Town Vending Committee each. In each of Municipal Corporations, Town Vending Committee shall be constituted for a group of 8-12 wards each. In respect of Municipal Corporations, the Additional Commissioner/Deputy Commissioner of the local authority may be the chairperson of the Town Vending Committee.
Rule 12(2): The Municipal Commissioner or Chairperson or Chief Executive Officer of the local authority concerned shall be the Chairperson of Town Vending Committee and other members of the Town Vending Committee shall be as follows:
1. The Commissioner or Chairperson or Chief Executive Officer of the local authority concerned
2. Medical Officer of Local Authority
3. Planning Authority (Chief Town Planner or any other officer of Town Planning Department of the Local Authority)
4. Representative of Local Authority (Enforcement Department Head/Officer to be nominated by the Commissioner/Chairperson/Chief Executive Officer)
5. Traffic police -not below the rank of ACP
6. Police -not below the rank of ACP
7. Market/Trader Associations
8. Non- Government organizations
9. Banks/Association of Street Vendors
10. Street Vendors (Elected)
11. CPWD/PWD/Works Department of the local authority (Whosoever has maximum area under their jurisdiction)
12. Community based organizations
13. Resident Welfare Associations
14. Revenue Department, GNCTD
Rule 12(3): The members of the Town Vending Committee other than the elected members shall be nominated by the Government:
Provided that nomination of Government members shall be preferred from amongst persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities:
Provided further that nomination of members representing non-governmental organisations or community
based organisations or resident welfare associations shall be carried out on the basis of such criteria as may be laid down by the Government, after inviting applications, as such, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner.
Rule 12(2): 29/30 Rule 12(2): 12/30

Rule 13(1): The first Town Vending Committee will be formed after conducting elections from amongst Street vendors who had applied in 2007 scheme in MCD/NDMC plus Street Vendors whose names find mentioned in the list prepared by Chopra Committee and Thareja Committee. The electors will also include any other vendor who has been issued a license or any other form of permission by the local authorities whether as a statutory vendor, mobile vendor or under any other category before commencement of the Delhi Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014.

Schedule: 11. If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the Returning Officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The names of the contesting candidates (arranged in English Alphabetical order) and the corresponding serial numbers assigned to them that shall be released by the Returning Officer. The Returning Officer may appoint one or more Polling Officers/Presiding Officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. Ballot paper to be used shall be prescribed by the Commissioner or Chairperson or Chief Executive Officer of the Local Authority concerned

5 Years Rule 19(1): A Town Vending Committee shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at any such intervals as the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee may decide for the transaction of its business:
Rule 19(2): The meetings of a Town Vending Committee shall be held at any premises within the jurisdiction of the Local Authority or Headquarter as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 20(1): The Town Vending Committee may follow the following procedure for transaction of its business:-
(i) The quorum for the meeting of Town Vending Committees should be minimum one-third of the strength of Town Vending Committee.
(ii) The meeting should be presided by the Chairperson and in his absence to be presided by the nominee of the Chairperson.
(iii) Decisions will be taken by the majority of votes of the members present.
Rule 20(2) Subject to the provisions of the Act and these rules and notwithstanding anything contained in the bye-laws, ordinarily the resolutions passed in a meeting of a Town Vending Committee shall be simple majority with not less than one third of the members of the Town Vending Committee present for voting.

Rule 20(1): The quorum for the meeting of Town Vending Committees should be minimum one-third of the strength of Town Vending Committee.

Notice period: not given

Rule 21: (a) to conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions subject to which the certificate of vending is issued as specified in the scheme,
(c) to cancel or suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions thereof or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or these rules or scheme made under the Act or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud;
(d) to recommend to the local authority an area in its jurisdiction for declaration of the same to be a non-vending area;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending and hawking;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plan to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons with itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor's charter specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;
(m) to maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and street vendors to whom certificate of vending has been issued in accordance with the provisions of the Act;
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities under the Act or these rules or the scheme made there under;

(o) to furnish from time to time to the Government and the Local Authority such returns as may be prescribed under the Act and these rules;

(p) to furnish comments to the Government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;

(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the economy; and

(r) to perform such other functions, for effective implementation of the Act and these rules, as may be delegated to the Town Vending Committee by the Local Authority and by the Government.

Goa Rule 3(1): The term of the TVC shall be for a period of three years.
Rule 3(2): Constitution of TVC:
(a) The Municipal Commissioner or Chief Officer (Chairperson)
(b) Three members of the local authority
(c) Collector or his representative
(d) Chairperson of Planning and Development Authority or his representative
(e) Chief of Traffic Police and General Police or their representatives
(f) 11 representatives of Street Vendors Associations; at least one third of which shall be women
(g) Representatives of Market and Trade associations (one each)
(h) Two representatives of Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and one representative of Community Based Organizations (CBO)
(i) Two representatives of Residential Welfare Associations (RWA)
(j)One representative of Nationalized Lead Bank of the Town/City
(k) Medical Officer from Urban/Community Health Centre
Rule 3(3): The local authority shall publish a notice calling applications from persons interested to represent the street vendors on its website and in at least three prominent local newspapers having wide circulation in the area. A copy of the notice shall also be displayed in a conspicuous place in the local market or markets under the jurisdiction of the local authority.
Rule 3(2):
(b) Three members of the local authority
(c) Collector or his representative
(d) Chairperson of Planning and Development Authority or his representative
(e) Chief of Traffic Police and General Police or their representatives
(f) 11 representatives of Street Vendors Associations; at least one third of which shall be women
(g) Representatives of Market and Trade associations (one each)
(h) Two representatives of Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and one representative of Community Based Organizations (CBO)
(i) Two representatives of Residential Welfare Associations (RWA)
(j)One representative of Nationalized Lead Bank of the Town/City
(k) Medical Officer from Urban/Community Health Centre
Rule 3(2): 11 Rule 4(18): Where the number of candidates whose nomination papers have been declared valid, does not exceed the number of candidates to be elected, the returning officer shall announce the names of all such candidates and declare them to have been duly elected to the Town Vending Committee. Where the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. The ballot paper to be used for the election shall be in Form-II. 3 Years Rule 5(1): The first meeting of the Town Vending Committee shall be fixed within 15 days of publication of its formation in the Official Gazette.
Rule 5(2): An Ordinary Meeting of the Town Vending Committee shall be held at least every two months.
Rule 5(3): The venue of the meeting shall be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 5(4): Every meeting shall be presided over by the Chairperson and, in his absence, by any member chosen by the members present at the meeting.
Rule 5(5): Member Secretary shall issue the notice before seven days of scheduled meeting;
Rule 5(6): Minimum 2/3rd members of total strength of the Town Vending Committee shall form the quorum for an Ordinary Meeting.
Rule 6: The Town Vending Committee shall perform the following functions, namely:-
(a) frame plan of action and schemes for more effective implementation of the Act
and for the protection of livelihood and regulation of street vendors;
(b) initiate and encourage study, research and documentation about street vendors
and offences committed by and against street vendors and make appropriate recommendations, which will respond to the best interest of the street vendors;
(c) initiate and sustain representations and participations of all street vendors in its
approach, formulation and execution of policies and programmes.
Gujarat

Rule 4(1): The Municipal commissioner of each Municipal Corporation shall constitute the Town Vending Committee which shall including himself consist of 19 members.
Official Members:
(i) The Municipal Commissioner who shall be the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee,
(ii) Medical officer of the Municipal Corporation or any officer in-charge of the management of preventive health measures,
(iii) Chief of Planning Authority or his representative, and
(iv) One Police officer not below the rank of Assistant Commissioner of Police In-charge of Traffic, to be nominated by the Police Commissioner of the City,
(v) One officer of the Municipal Corporation dealing with the Street Vending activities, as may be nominated by the Chairperson, who shall be the Member-Secretary of the Town
Vending Committee;

Non-official Members:
(i) One member (Councilor) of the Municipal Corporation, to be nominated by the Municipal Corporation;
(ii) Eight elected representatives of the street vendors who are carrying on street vending activity:
Provided that one-third of members representing the street vendors shall be from amongst women vendors:
Provided further that due representation shall be given to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities from amongst the members representing street vendors,
(iii) One member representing / from the Market and Trade Association,
(iv) One member representing / from the Non-Government Organization,
(v) One member representing / from the Community Based Organizations,
(vi) One member representing / from the Resident Welfare Association, and
(vii) One representative of the Nationalized Lead Bank of the City area of the Municipal Corporation or, the District, as the case may be.

Rule 4(2): The Collector of the concerned District shall constitute the Town Vending Committee consisting of the 15 members, for each Municipality falling within the district.
Official Members:
(i) The Chief Officer who shall be the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee,
(ii) The Medical Officer of the municipality or any officer in-charge of of the management of preventive health measures,
(iii) The Police Inspector or Police-Sub-Inspector (in-charge of traffic), and
(iv) The Town Planning Officer, appointed for the Municipality or nearby City area of the Municipal Corporation, to be nominated by the Chief Town Planner of the State,
(v) One officer of the Municipality, dealing with the Street Vending activities, as may be nominated by the Chairperson, who shall be the Member- Secretary of the Town Vending Committee.

Non-official Members:
(i) One member of the local authority, Municipality, to be nominated by the Municipality,
(ii) Six elected representatives of street vendors who are carrying on street vending activity:
Provided that one-third of the members representing the street vendors shall be from amongst women vendors:
Provided further that due representation shall be given to the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, minorities and persons with disabilities from amongst the members representing street vendors,
(iii) One member representing / from the Market and Trade Associations,
(iv) One member representing / from the Non-Governmental Organization or Community based Organization or Resident Welfare Association,

Rule 4(1): For each municipal corporation, 18 other members.
Rule 4(2): For each District, 14 other members.
Rule 4(1): For each municipal corporation, 8 street vendors.
Rule 4(2): For each District, 6 street vendors.
Schedule:
(vi) The nominations of the candidates for election shall be made in Form-I which shall be provided by the Returning Officer to any street vendor free of cost.
(xii) Where the number of candidates whose nomination papers have been declared valid, does not exceed, the number of candidates to be elected, the Returning Officer shall declare those candidates to have been duly elected to the Town Vending Committee after the closing hour of the day of withdrawal of candidatures fixed under clause (xi) above. Where the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number to be elected, the Returning Officer shall arrange for conducting the poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The Returning Officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. The ballot paper to be used for the election shall be in Form-II.
3 Years Rule 10(1): The Town Vending Committee shall, in its first meeting, decide the various procedural aspects relating to conduct of its business.
Rule 10(2): The time, date and venue of the meeting shall be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 10(3): The Member-Secretary shall issue a notice along with the agenda before seven days of a scheduled meeting. Seven clear days- notice shall be given for the meeting of the Committee.
Rule 10(4): The agenda of items to be discussed in the meeting shall be circulated to the members and put up on official website. Each agenda item shall be accompanied by a detailed note bringing out the issues involved with the clear recommendation, if any, made by the administration. The agenda papers including the notes shall be in the local language.
Rule 10(5): The quorum of the meeting shall be of two-thirds of the total members of the Committee.
Rule 10(6): The decision shall be taken on the basis of the majority of members present at the meeting.
Rule 10(7): No meeting shall be carried on in the absence of the quorum and where there is no quorum, the meeting shall be adjourned.
Rule 10(8): The minutes of the meeting shall be signed by the Chairperson and shall be placed in the subsequent meeting of the Committee for confirmation.
Rule 10(9): The minutes of the meeting shall be placed on the website of the local authority or, the Town Vending Committee, as the case may be.
Rule 10(10): The meeting of the Town Vending Committee shall be held at least once in every six months.
Rule 10(11): The first meeting of the newly constituted Town Vending Committee shall be convened
within fifteen days from the date of its constitution.
Rule 10(3): The Member-Secretary shall issue a notice along with the agenda before seven days of a scheduled meeting. Seven clear days- notice shall be given for the meeting of the Committee.
Rule 10(5): The quorum of the meeting shall be of two-thirds of the total members of the Committee.
Rule 13:
(i) to conduct surveys for street vending and to take final decision about vending
zones along with their holding capacity as worked out by the local authority
under the scheme;
(ii) where the Committee considers it necessary to change zoning or the area to be
allotted to individual vendor, it may draw the attention of the local authority to
suitably modify the plan. The Committee shall take final decision thereon after
obtaining the opinion of the local authority;
(iii) while making recommendations and suggestions regarding any changes in the
vending zones, the Committee shall take into consideration the road width, traffic
flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned;
(iv) The Town Vending Committee if it is satisfied that such certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through misrepresentation or fraud or that the vendor has committed any breach of the terms and conditions of the certificate of vending or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or the rules or the scheme made under the Act, it may cancel or suspend the certificate of vending of street vendors:
Provided that no order of cancellation or suspension of a certificate of vending by the Town Vending Committee shall be made unless the vendor has been given an opportunity of being heard:
Provided further that any such order for cancellation or suspension of a
certificate of vending by the Town Vending Committee shall specify the reasons
for such cancellation or suspension in the written order communicated to the
vendor;
(v) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(vi) to ensure enforcement of corrective measures against defiance by street vendors;
(vii) to follow up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the local authority;
(viii)to carry out social audit as specified in the scheme,
(ix) to declare, on the recommendation of the local authority, the natural market,
weekly market, heritage market, festive market, seasonal market, night bazaar
and niche market with their exact location and the specific period in case of
seasonal market or festive market. Where such markets are evolving a new thing,
the committee shall get the necessary survey carried on of the area and such
other aspects as it deems necessary and declare the place as a market of any of
the aforesaid mentioned categories, depending on the situation;
(x) to furnish, from time to time, to the State Government such returns as may be
necessary to be submitted or prescribed by rules made under the Act;
(xi) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation
of plan to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(xii) to provide comments to the State Government for undertaking promotional
measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of
social security for the street vendors;
(xiii)to raise awareness among the people, the role of street vendors in the economy;
(xiv) to ensure maintenance of records relating to town vending matters; and
(xv) to perform such other functions as assigned by the local authority or the State
Government for effective implementation of the Act and these rules;
Haryana Rule 4(1): The competent authority shall constitute a Town Vending Committee in each municipality/ urban area and if required, may constitute more than one Town Vending Committee, in each municipality/ urban area.
Rule 4(2): Constitution of TVC:
(a) Commissioner in case of Municipal Corporation or Deputy Commissioner in case of Municipal Council/committee or Zonal Administrators in case of other planning authorities, shall be the Chairperson;
(b) Additional Deputy Commissioner or his representative in case of Municipal Corporation or Sub-Divisional Magistrate in case of Municipal Council/ Committee;
(c) Chief Medical Officer or any officer In-charge of the management of preventive health measures;
(d) Chief Town Planner or Senior Town Planner or District Town Planner, as per the availability at Municipal Corporation/ Municipal Council/ Municipal Committee/ other planning authority;
(e) Chief Engineer or Superintendent Engineer as per the availability at Municipal Corporation/Municipal Council/ Municipal Committee/ other planning authority;
(f) two police officials, one from traffic police and other from local police, nominated by the Superintendent of Police;
(g) Executive officer in case of Municipal Corporation, Secretary in case of Municipal Council/Committee and Estate Officer in case of other planning authority;
(h) Fire officer or his representative at Municipal Corporation/ Municipal Council/ Municipal Committee/ other planning authority.
(i) the Chairman/ Secretary/ Head or any nominated member of the Market/ Trade Associations, Community-Based Organizations/ Resident Welfare Associations at town level;
(j) the Chairman/ Secretary/ Head or any nominated member, of Non-Government Organizations at town level;
(k) one representative of any Nationalized Bank of city;
Rule 4(2): 19 in case of Municipal Corporation/Councils/Committee and 17 in case of other planning authority Rule 4(2): 8 in case of Municipal Corporation; 8 in case of Municipal Councils/Committee; 6 in case of other planning authority;

Rule 6(1): The members for Town Vending Committee from street vendors shall be selected by conducting elections amongst street vendors of the area under the jurisdiction of the concerned competent authority.
Rule 6(2): The competent authority shall appoint a Returning Officer not below rank of Haryana Civil Service (HCS), for conducting the election of street vendors of the area under the jurisdiction of the concerned competent authority.
Rule 6(3): The returning officer appointed under sub- rule (2) shall conduct elections for the members of the TVC, amongst street vendors in the manner provided under Schedule-I appended to these rules.
Rule 6(4): The names of the elected members along with other members nominated by the competent authority shall be notified in the Official Gazette.

Schedule:
6. The nominations of the candidates for election shall be made in Form - II which shall be supplied by the returning officer to any street vendor, free of cost.
13. If the number of candidates, whose nomination papers have been declared invalid, does not exceed the number of members to be elected, the returning officer shall announce the names of all such candidates and declare them to have been duly elected to the Town Vending Committee after the closing hour of the day of withdrawal of candidature fixed in the clause (12). If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceed the number of members to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officer as may be necessary for conducting the poll. The ballot paper to be used in the poll shall be in Form - III.

5 Years Rule 11(1): A Town Vending Committee shall ordinarily hold at least one meeting within a period of three months or at such intervals, as the Chairperson of the Town Vending Committee may decide for the transaction of its business:
Rule 11(2): The meetings of a Town Vending Committee shall be held at the headquarters of the competent authority or at such place within the jurisdiction of the competent authority, as may be decided by the Chairperson.
Rule 11(3): The Town Vending Committee shall follow such procedure for transaction of its business, as may be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
Not given Rule 12(1): (a) conduct surveys within the area of its jurisdiction to identify street vendors in the area and ensure their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within area of its jurisdiction;
(b) issue certificate of vending to an eligible street vendor after obtaining an undertaking from him to comply with the terms and conditions subject to which the certificate of vending is issued. For the issuance of certificate of vending the Town Vending Committee shall follow the criteria as specified in the scheme framed under section 38(1) of the Act;
(c) cancel or suspend certificate of vending of street vendors who commit breach of any of the conditions thereof or any other terms and conditions specified for regulating street vending under the Act or these rules or schemes made under the Act or where the Town Vending Committee is satisfied that the certificate of vending has been secured by the street vendor through mis-representation;
(d) recommend the competent authority for declaring an area in its jurisdiction as a non-vending area;
(e) identify sites and spaces for vending and hawking;
(f) regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) follow-up cases of dispute pending before the dispute redressal committee and the competent authority;
(i) furnish recommendation to the competent authority in relation to the preparation of plan to promote the location of street vendors;
(j) hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) associate technical and professional persons with itself on a temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) publish the street vendor-s charter specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other Activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;
(m) maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and street vendors to whom certificate of vending has been issued in accordance with the provisions of the Act;
(n) carry out social audit of its Activities under the Act or these rules or the scheme made there under;
(o) furnish from time to time to the government and the competent authority such returns as may be prescribed under the Act and these rules;
(p) furnish comments to the government for undertaking promotional measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) assist the government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the economy;
(r) perform such other functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules, as may be delegated to the Town Vending Committee by the competent authority and by the Government.
Himachal Pradesh Rule 4: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. The non-official members will be elected as per role (6) Rule 4: (1) In case of Municipalities, 6 official members, 4 non-official members and a minimum of 10% representation of members of NGOs (2) In case of Nagar Panchayats, 4 official members, 4 non-official members and a minimum of 10% representation of members of NGOs Rule 4: In case of both, Municipalities and Nagar Panchayats, minimum of 40% of street vendor representation Rule 6: (2) local authority may decide mode of nomination to be ballot based (to be conducted by the collector) or selection by lot (publish a notice inviting aplications for TVC membership on the website and three local newspapers; lottery if applications exceed the vacancy). 5 Years Rule 10: Office procedure for TVC:
(1) In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(2) Time and Venue of the meeting to be decided by the Chairperson; (4) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (6). Decision based on the majority of present members; (8). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(9). Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website (10). Meeting of the committee should be held at least once in every two months;(11)TVC's first meeting to be called within 15 days of its constitution.
Rule10:2/3rd; member convenor shall issue the notice before 7 days of scheduled meeting. Rule 13: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and
specific period;
(vii). To furnish returns periodically;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) other functions as assigned by local authority or the State Government
Karnataka Rule 3: The official members of the TVC are nominated as per government designation. The State Government may also constitute a Provisional TVC till the survey and election of street vendors are complete. "Rule 3: Municipal Corporation:
8 official members
17 non-official members

City Municipal Council:
8 official members
17 non-official members

Town Municipal Council:
7 official members
17 non-official members
Town Panchayath
6 official members
17 non-official members"
In all given committees, there shall be 10 street vendor representatives mentioned in the schedule appended to rules 5 years "Rule 10: i. hold at least one meeting within a period of three months
ii. first meeting convened by the Chairperson within 45 days of its constitution
iii. requisition meetings can be called by the Chairperson duo moto or on request from at least 10 members, within 72 hours of receiving the request
iv. meetings shall take place at the head quarters of the LA"
Rule 10: quorum: 1/2 members of the total strength; 7 day notice period Rule 14: surveys, recommend declaration of non-vending areas, regulate timings of vending, identify spaces for vending, ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism, formulate street vending plan, maintain records of street vendors and CoVs, conduct social audits, publish the street vendors charter in at least one local language, provide social security, health and welfare to street vendors, organise awareness programs, organise commercial trade fairs, other government assigned functions
Kerala Rule 3: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. The non-official members will be elected as per rule (4)(2) Rule 3: 12 Official members, 5 non-official members Rule 3: 10/37 Rule 4: (2) local authority will publish a notice calling for nomination for the membership of the TVC 14 days prior to the last date of submission. It should include the date of its publication, prescribed form, last date for submission and manner of submission of the nomination. In case of a registered association of street vendors, the office bearer can nominate one member from each association. In case of more/ less than 10 associations, the council can select from the panel of persons. 3 Years Rule 6: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority; (2) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5). Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website (6). Meeting of the committee should be held at least once in every two months;(7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8)Meeting of the committee should be held once every two months. (9)First meeting to be fixed within 15 days of pubication of the constitution.
Rule 6: Quorum-minimum 2/3rd members of total strength of TVC Rule 13: (i) Final decision about vending zones along with their holding capacity
(ii) Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV and ID Card
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned. (iv) To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and
specific period;
Lakshadweep Rule 2: The Government shall constitute a TVC in each local authority. Among nominated members, preference shall be given to persons who are dealing with street vendors or related activities, nominations of members representing NGOs or similar organisations shall be through inviting applications, by publishing the same in at least two local newspapers or publicising in any other manner 9 members 4 (1/3 should be women) "Rule 13. Election of members of Town Vending Committee from amongst street vendors.-
(1) The local authority shall by a notification express its intention to conduct elections for the members of a Town Vending Committee representing the street vendors of the area under the jurisdiction of the concerned local authority.
(2) The concerned local authority shall appoint a returning officer for conducting the election under its jurisdiction.

Rule 14. Manner of election of members of Town Vending Committee from amongst street vendors.-
(1) The returning officer appointed under sub-rule (2) of rule 13 shall, conduct the elections in the manner provided under the Schedule appended to these rules. "
5 years "Rule 18: i. hold at least one meeting within a period of three months
ii. first meeting convened by the Chairperson within 45 days of its constitution
iii. requisition meetings can be called by the Chairperson duo moto or on request from at least 10 members, within 72 hours of receiving the request
iv. meetings shall take place at the head quarters of the LA"
Rule 19: 7 days prior to the meeting; quorum: 2/3 of the members "Rule 21: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors. (ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness"
Madhya Pradesh Rule 4: the TVC shall be constituted by the urban local authority 10 members 40 per cent, 1/3 should be women Not given Not given Not given Not given Rule 9: matters relating to CoVs, issuing ID cards, fee collection, designating vending zones, specifying vending timings, maintaining records of vending areas, assessing holding capacity of vending zones, fixing sign boards to demarcate vending zones, declaring place and times for community events, ensuring adequacy of civic amenities, ensuring hygiene and safety standards have been met, promote awareness, determine norms for regulating activities
Maharashtra Rule 11: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be from registered organisations or associations which can produce a minimum of the past three year's audit reports, are not blacklisted or convicted under any law and have atleast 5 years of experience. Vendor representatives will be chosen through elections Rule 11: 5/20 official members and 7/20 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Rule 11: 8/20 Rule 16: Local Authority, with approval from Government, to decide whether to have ballot based election (to be conducted by the collector) and publish a notice inviting aplications for TVC membership on the website and two local newspapers, by post, local delivery and speed post. Candidates must submit a security deposit of two thousand rupees. 5 Years Rule 22: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 21: Quorum- two/thirds of members Rule 23: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and
specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness
Manipur Rule 12: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 12: 7/13 Rule 12: 6/13 Rule 13: Local authority shall express intention to conduct elections and appoint a returning officer. 5 Years Rule 19: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 20: Quorum- two/thirds of members Rule 21: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and
specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness
Meghalaya                
Mizoram Rule 4: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 4: Municipal Corporation: 5 official members, 5 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Municipal Council: 4 official members, 4 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Rule 4: Municipal Corporations: 8/18, Municipal Council: 5/13 Rule 13: Local authority shall express intention to conduct elections and appoint a returning officer 3 Years Rule 10: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 10: Quorum: 2/3rd Rule 13: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness
Nagaland Rule 4: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 4: Municipal Corporation: 5 official members, 5 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Municipal Council: 4 official members, 4 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Rule 4: Municipal Corporations: 5/15, Municipal Council: 4/13 Rule 11: Local authority shall express intention to conduct elections and appoint a returning officer 5 Years Rule 10: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 10: Quorum: 2/3rd Rule 13: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness
Odisha Rule 3: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 3: 4 official members, 4 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Rule 3: 4/9 Rule 3: Street vendor representatives nominated by Chairperson amongst members of street vendors associations 3 Years Rule 4: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 4: 5 members quorum Rule 6: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
(ix). To raise awareness about street vendors (x) To publish the street vendors charter in atleast one local language, Hindi and English papers of repute (xi) To assist government in raising awareness
Puducherry Rule 12: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4).Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 3: 12 official members, 6 representatives from NGOs, RWAs, Traders Associations, Market Associations and Lead Bank. Rule 12: 12/30 Rule 14: Street vendor representatives will elect members out of existing street vendors associations 5 Years Rule 19-20: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Venue of the meeting shall be the local authority or place decided by chairperson; (2). Decision based on the majority of present members;
(3) No decision without vote of two/thirds members present(4) Must meet every three months. (5) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Not given Rule 21: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
Punjab Rule 7: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 12: 4 official members, 5 non-official members Rule 4: 6/15 Rule 7: Street vendor representatives will elect members out of existing street vendors associations 5 Years Rule 7: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the office chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 45 days of its constitution.
Rule 7: 1/4th of total members Rule 8: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
Rajasthan Rule 3: The official members of the TVC are to be nominated as per government designation. Members of the local authority will be decided in a council meeting according to Rule (4). If deemed fit, the TVC can also decide the number of seats to be represented for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes. A third of the seats will be reserved for women. Nominated members will be selected only if they fulfill any criterion laid out by the government Rule 3: 7 official members, 8 non-official members Rule 3: 10/26 Rule 4: Street vendor representatives will elect members out of existing street vendors associations 5 Years Rule 6: In the first meeting, TVC to decide various procedural points:(1) Minutes of the meeting should be placed on the local body website or TVC website within a month of the meeting (2) Venue of the meeting shall be the office chairperson; (3) agenda along with admin recommendations to be circulated and put up on official designated website 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting; agenda papers including the notes should be in the local language. (3). Decision based on the majority of present members; (4). Minutes of the meeting to be signed by the chairperson and to be put up in the subsequent meeting of the TVC for confirmation.
(5) No meeting without quorum (6) Must meet every three months. (7)Rules for leave of absence and disqualification shall be decided by the TVC (8) First meeting to be fixed within 30 days of its constitution.
Rule 5: 2/3rds of total membership Rule 14: (i) conducting surveys for street vending and demarcation of zones along with their holding capacity
(ii)To draw the attention of planning and local authority about the zoning/ vending spots to suitably modify the plan
(iii). While making recommendations and suggesting changes about the
vending zones the Town Vending Committee will have to take into consideration the
road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(iv). Issuing, withholding, suspending and cancelling of CoV
(v). Getting the social audit initiated on the implementation of Act.
(vi). Based on the recommendation of the local authority, TVC to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar and Niche market with their exact location and specific period;
(vii). To follow up cases of dispute pending;
(viii). To give comments to the Government on welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.
Sikkim Rule 12: The Government shall constitute one TVC in each LA, more if required after specifying jurisdiction 7 5 "13. Election of members of Town Vending Committee from amongst street vendors-
(1) The local authority shall by a notification express its intention to conduct elections for the members of a Town Vending Committee representing the street vendors of the area under the jurisdiction of the concerned local authority.
(2) The concerned local authority shall appoint a returning officer for conducting the election under its jurisdiction.

14. Manner of election of members of Town Vending Committee from amongst street vendors.-
(1) The returning officer appointed under sub-rule (2) of rule 13 shall, conduct the elections in the manner provided under the Schedule appended to these rules.
(2) A street vendor shall be disqualified to be elected to a Town Vending Committee if, he is,­
(i) a convict of an offence involving moral turpitude;
(ii) is physically and, or, mentally incapable _of discharging his duties as a member of a Town Vending Committee.
(3) The names of the elected members shall be intimated by each local authority to the Government which shall upon receipt of such names along with other members nominated by it noiify the constitution of thEfTown Vending Committee in each local authority."
5 years "Rule 19: i. hold at least one meeting within a period of three months ii. first meeting convened by the Chairperson within 45 days of its constitution iii. requisition meetings can be called by the Chairperson duo moto or on request from at least 10 members, within 72 hours of receiving the request iv. meetings shall take place at the head quarters of the LA" quorum: 2/3 of the committee strength, 7 days notice period Rule 21: surveys, recommend declaration of non-vending areas, regulate timings of vending, identify spaces for vending, ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism, formulate street vending plan, maintain records of street vendors and CoVs, conduct social audits, publish the street vendors charter in a local language, provide social security, health and welfare to street vendors, organise awareness programs, organise commercial trade fairs, other government assigned functions
Tamil Nadu Rule 11. TVC Constitution- (1) one TVC in each local authority; to be constituted by the Government with the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer as Chairperson of the
Committee:
Provided multiple TVC for each local authority may be constituted by the Government, on the request of the concerned Local Authority, after specifying their jurisdiction.
(2) TVC to have 15 members including the Chairperson:
i) A Medical Officer of the local authority 1
ii) Police officers including Police incharge of Traffic 2
iii) An Officer from the local authority concerned 1
iv) Representatives of street vendors 6
v) Representatives of Traders Associations 1
vi) Representatives of Non-Governmental and Community based organisations 2
vii) Representatives of Resident welfare association 1
(3) TVC members other than the elected street vendors to be nominated
- by the Commissioner of Corporation of Chennai for Corporation of Chennai,
- the respective Regional Directors of Municipal Administration in respect of other Corporations and municipalities;
- the respective Assistant Directors in respect of Town Panchayats.
9 6 Rule 12. Election of Street Vendors as the member of TVC:- (1) The local to notify its intention to conduct TVC election for street vendors; (2) The concerned local authority to appoint a returning officer for conducting the TVC election
Rule 13. Manner of election:-(1) The returning officer to conduct the elections;
(2) The local authority to supervise, direct and control the TVC elections;
(3) Right after publication of notification and appointment of a returning officer, local authority, to, determine the date, time and place for conduct of elections, by a resolution.
(4) (A) The notice of the resolution to be circulated among the street vendors through:-
(a) public notice in two prominent daily newspapers in Tamil, English or other language as deemed fit;
(b) local delivery;
(c) post under certificate of posting or
(d) speed post or courier services, as well as on the notice board of the returning officer.
(B) The notice shall contain information regarding-
(i) researvation for SCs, OBCs, women, persons with disabilities, minorities or any other specified categories;
(ii) nomination papers to be filed seven days before the date fixed for election
(5) The local authority shall prepare a list of street vendors, 30 days before the date fixed for inviting the nominations, and
publish copies of the list by affixing them upon the notice board at the TVC office, not less than10 days prior to the date fixed for inviting nominations. The list shall specify the registration number/ certificate of vending, name, father/husband's name, address. TVC to register the data of street vendors and such other register required by the returning officer; TVC to hand over such records to the returning officer 30 days prior to the date fixed for the purpose of election. A copy of the list to be supplied by the TVC/local authority/returning officer to any street vendor on payment of such fee as specified by the local authority.
(6) Nominations to be made in Form-D, to be supplied by the returning officer to any street vendor, free of cost.
(7) Disqualification of a Street Vendor from contesting the election to a Town Vending Committee, if he is:-
(i) convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude; or
(ii) physically or mentally incapable of discharging his duties as a member of a Town Vending Committee.
(8) Security deposit of Rs.2000/-(Rupees two thousand only) in cash or Demand draft or pay order along with the nomination; security deposit to be forfoeited if a candidate fails to get less than one-sixth of the votes polled.
(9) The returning officer to enter on the nomination paper, its serial number and certify the date and hour of receiving the nomination and issue a written acknowledgement bearing the TVC seal. Any nomination paper which is not received on or before the date and time fixed for its receipt to be rejected.
(10) (a) Returning officer to scrutinize the nomination papers on the day following the date fixed for the receipt of nomination papers, .
(b) The returning officer to examine the nomination papers and decide objections, following a summary inquiry,
and reject any nomination, if necessary;
Provided nomination not to be rejected merely for an incorrect description of his name/proposer's name/seconder's name, or any other particulars entered in the list of street vendors, if the identity of the candidate, the proposer or seconder, as the case may be, is established beyond reasonable doubt.
(c) The returning officer to give all reasonable facilities to the contesting candidates or the proposer or seconder, as the case may be, to examine all the nomination papers and to satisfy themselves that the inclusion of the name of the contesting candidate is valid.
(d) The returning officer shall endorse on each nomination paper his decision, accepting or rejecting the same, as the case may be. If the nomination paper is rejected, he shall record in writing, a brief statement of his reasons for such rejection.
(e) The returning officer shall not allow any adjournment of the proceedings except when such proceedings are interrupted or obstructed by riots or affray or by causes beyond his control.
(11) The list of valid nominations as decided by the returning officer with names of the candidates arranged in English alphabetical order with their addresses as given in the nomination papers shall be displayed or published on the same day on which the scrutiny of the nomination papers is completed.
(12) Any candidate may withdraw his candidature by notice in writing signed by him and submitted in person to the Returning officer of the Town Vending Committee at any time after the presentation of his nomination paper, but before 5. 00 pm on the day following the day on which the valid nominations are published. A notice of withdrawal of candidates once given shall be irrevocable.
(13) If the number of candidates, whose nomination papers have been declared valid, does not exceed the number of members to be elected, the returning officer shall announce the names of all such candidates and declare them to have been duly elected to the Town Vending Committee after the closing hour of the day of withdrawal of candidatures fixed in sub rule
(12). If the number of candidates whose nominations are valid exceeds the number of members to be elected, the returning officer shall arrange for conducting a poll on the date fixed for the purpose. The returning officer may appoint one or more polling officers as may be necessary for conducting the poll. The ballot paper to be used in the pole shall be in Form-E.
(14) The local authority shall provide the returning officer with ballot boxes, ballot papers, copy of list of street vendors/voters and such other articles as may be necessary for the conduct of elections. The ballot box shall be so constructed that ballot papers can be inserted therein but cannot be taken out therefrom without the boxes being unlocked. A candidate contesting the election may, by a letter to the returning officer, appoint an agent to represent him, to identify the voters during polling and to watch the recording of votes. Such letter shall be in Form-F and shall contain the consent in writing of the agent concerned.
(15) Canvassing for votes by any person at the election place to be prohibited.
(16) Immediately before the poll, the returning officer to show the empty ballot box to persons present at the time, then lock it up and fix his seal. The candidate or his agent may also affix his own seal, if he so desires.
(17) Ballot paper to be in Form-E with the names of contesting candidates arranged in the English Alphabetical order, either printed, typewritten or cyclostyled. The ballot paper to also bear the seal of the Town Vending Committee and the initials of the returning officer; ballot paper to contain a column for the voter to inscribe a mark [x] against the candidates.
(18) Each polling station to have a separate compartment for casting their votes in secrecy.
(19) No ballot paper shall be issued to a street vendor/voter unless the polling officer is satisfied that the street vendor/voter concerned is the same person as noted in the list of street vendors. On receipt of such ballot paper the street vendor/voter shall proceed to the polling compartment set apart for the purpose and indicate the person or persons in whose favour he exercises his vote by inscribing a mark [x] against the names of the candidate or candidates, as the case may be, and put the ballot paper in the ballot box kept for the purpose with utmost secrecy. If owing to blindness or other physical infirmity or illiteracy, the street vendor/voter is unable to inscribe the mark on the ballot paper, the polling officer and where no such polling officer is appointed, the returning officer shall ascertain from him the candidate or candidates in whose favour he desired to vote and inscribe the mark [x] on his behalf on the ballot paper and put the ballot paper in the ballot box.
(20) If at any stage of the polling, the proceedings are interrupted or obstructed by any riot or affray or if it is not possible to take or continue the poll for any sufficient cause, the returning officer shall have the power to stop the poling, recording his reasons for such action in the minute book of the Town Vending Committee.
(21) No street vendor/ voter shall be admitted after the hours fixed for the poll. But, where a voter entered the premises of the polling station before the close of the polling hour, he shall be issued the ballot paper and allowed to vote.
(22) The counting of votes shall take place immediateiy after closing of the poll. If this is not possible, the ballot box shall be sealed with the seal of the returning officer and the contesting candidates or their agents, if they so desire, and shall be deposited with the local authority for safe custody. The returning officer shall then announce the next day as the day of counting. The votes shall be counted by or under the supervision of the returning officer. Each candidate and his authorised agent shall have a right to be present at the time of counting. But absence of any candidate or his agent at the time of counting shall not
vitiate counting and announcement of results by the returning officer. The number of votes secured by each candidate and the result of the elections shall be announced by the returning officer as soon as the counting is over.
(23) The result of the elections shall also be recorded in the minute book of the Town Vending Committee and attested by the returning officer and shall also be notified immediately on the notice board of the Town Vending Committee.
(24) In case of equality of votes, the returning officer shall declare the election result by tossing coin.
(25) The ballot paper shall be rejected as invalid, during counting, by the returning officer, if
(i) it bears any mark by which the street vendor-s vote can be identified;
(ii) it does not bear the seal of the Town Vending Committee or the initials of the returning officer;
(iii) the mark indicating the vote thereon is placed in such a manner as to make it doubtful to which candidate the vote has been cast;
(iv) is so damaged or mutilated that its identity as a genuine ballot paper cannot be established.
(26) After the result of election has been announced, the result of the election and a report thereon shall be communicated to the local authority as well as to the Government by the returning officer within three days after the declaration of result.
(27) After the declaration of the result of the election, the returning officer shall handover the ballot paper and records relating to the elections of the members of the Town Vending Committee to the local authority in a sealed cover. They shall be preserved safely by the local authority for a period of six months from the date of elections or till such time a dispute regarding elections, if any, filed is disposed of, whichever is later and shall thereafter be destroyed by the local authority. A copy of the handing over and taking over of ballot papers and records relating to elections shall be sent to the Government as well as the local authority by the returning officer along with his report of elections.
5 Years 18. TVC Meetings :- (1) At least once in three months and at other shorter intervals as may be necessary to transact its business:
Provided that the first TVC meeting to be convened by the Chairperson within 45 days from the date of its constitution.
(2) TVC business to be conducted as per the rules applicable for the conduct of business of the Council of the local authority concerned.
(3) TVC meetings to be held at the Headquarters of the local authority concerned or at such other place within the jurisdiction of the local authority, as may be decided by the Chairperson, from time to time.
19. Procedure for transaction of business of Town Vending Committee.-(1) Procedure for the transaction of its business to be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
(2) TVC Resolutions to be passed by simple majority of the members present and voting in the meeting.
Rule 19(2): (2) TVC Resolutions to be passed by simple majority of the members present and voting in the meeting. Rule 20. TVC Functions
(a) survey to identify street vendors in the area and arrange for their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within the area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue CoVs;
(c) to cancel or suspend CoVs for breach of any of the conditions, misrepresentation or fraud;
(d) to give recommendations to the local authority on demarcation of zoning;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending and hawking;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of disputes pending before GRDRC and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plans to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons with itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor-s charter;
(m) to maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and the street vendors to whom Certificates of
Vending have been issued in Form-G.
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities;
(o) to furnish returns;
(p) to recommend the Government for undertaking promotional measures to make available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the
economy; and
(r) to perform other delegated functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules
Telangana   6            
Tripura Rule 4. TVC Constitution- (1) one TVC in each local authority; to be constituted by the Government:
Provided multiple TVC for each local authority may be constituted by the Government, on the request of the concerned Local Authority, after specifying their jurisdiction.
(2) TVC to have 9 members :
a) Municipal commissioner or CEO of the Local Authority as the Chairperson (1)
b) A representative of Tripura Police (pref from Traffic division) not below the rank of sub-inspector (1)
c) Four elected street vendors - at least women, at least one from weaker sections (4)
d) A representatives of NGO/ community organisations (1)
e) Two representatives of local residents (2)
f) A representatives of trader
(3) TVC members other than the elected street vendors to be nominated by the Government.
- persons dealing with street vendors or related activities preferred;
- Government to lay down criteria; publish in at least two local newspapers or any other manner to invite applications for membership.
- first set of vendor representatives to be nominated by the Government in consultation with the local authority, till the first election of such representative is over.
- If there is no candidate from the reserved category, then unreserved category candidates may be declared elected.
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Rule 5: (1) Local Authority to notify its intention to conduct elections for TVC street vendor members
(2) Local authority to appoint returning officer

Rule 6: (1) manner to conduct the elections to be prescribed by the Government
(2) Disqualification from election:
(i) convict of an ofense involving moral turpitude;
(ii) in physically and , or, mentally incapable of discharging his duties as a TVC member
(3) Local authority to intimate the Government abou the elected members along with the names of nominated members for notification of TVC constitution

5 Years Rule 11. TVC Meetings :- (1) TVC meeting to be held at least once in three months and at other shorter intervals as may be necessary to transact its business:
- Ist TVC meeting to be convened by the Chairperson within 45 days from the date of its constitution.
- Requisition meeting: to be called by the chairperson on a specific issue on the request of 1/3rd TVC members; meting to be convened within 72 hours after receiving so made.
(2) TVC business to be conducted as per the rules applicable for the conduct of business of the Council of the local authority concerned.
(3) TVC meetings to be held at the Headquarters of the local authority concerned or at such other place within the jurisdiction of the local authority, as may be decided by the Chairperson, from time to time.
19. Procedure for transaction of business of Town Vending Committee.-(1) Procedure for the transaction of its business to be decided by the Chairperson in consultation with the members.
(2) TVC Resolutions to be passed by simple majority of the members present and voting in the meeting.
Rule 11(3): A notice to be issued before 7 days of a scheduled meeting to all the TVC members, along with the meeting agenda.
11(4): Quorum: 2/3rd members of the total strength of TVC
11(5): No meeting to be held in the absence of the quorum; meeting to be adjourned if no quorum.
Rule 13. TVC Functions
(a) to conduct survey to identify street vendors in the area and arrange for their accommodation in accordance with the norms, plan and the holding capacity within the area of its jurisdiction;
(b) to issue CoVs;
(c) to cancel or suspend CoVs for breach of any of the conditions, misrepresentation or fraud;
(d) to give recommendations to the local authority on demarcation of zoning;
(e) to identify sites and spaces for vending and hawking;
(f) to regulate timings for vending to ensure non-congestion of public spaces;
(g) to ensure enforcement of corrective mechanism against defiance by street vendors;
(h) to follow up cases of disputes pending before GRDRC and the local authority;
(i) to furnish recommendations to the local authority in relation to the preparation of plans to promote the vocation of street vendors;
(j) to hold its meetings and take appropriate decisions to ensure efficient discharge of its functions;
(k) to associate technical and professional persons with itself on temporary basis for obtaining assistance or advice in carrying out any of the provisions of the Act;
(l) to publish the street vendor-s charter;
(m) to maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and the street vendors to whom Certificates of
Vending have been issued in Form-G.
(n) to carry out social audit of its activities;
(o) to furnish returns;
(p) to recommend the Government for undertaking promotional measures to make available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors;
(q) to assist the Government to raise awareness among the public about the role of the street vendors in the
economy; and
(r) to perform other delegated functions for effective implementation of the Act and these rules
Uttar Pradesh Rule 4(1): TVC to be constituted as per s. 22 of SVA 2014. Provided the State Government may dissolve a TVC if its is of opinion that TVC is not functioning in accordance with SVA, rules and scheme; fresh TVC to be constituted within 3 months from the date of dissolution.
(2) Each TVC to have:
(a) Municipal Commissioner/ Executive Officer to be the chairperson;
(b) Members, whose number shall be:
(i) not more than 10, in case of Nagar Panchayat;
(ii) not less than ten and not more than 20 in case of Municipal Council, and;
(iii) not less than 20 and more than 40, in case of Municipal Corporation
(c) NGO and Community-based organisations: not less than 10 percent | merit based nomination in a transparent manner by the Municipal Comissioner/ Executive Officer
(d) Street vendors: not less than 40 per cent; to be elected; 1/3 to be women; due representation for SC, ST, OBC, minorities and PwD
(e) Remaining to be nominated:
(i) Municipal Corporators: 2
(ii) Medical Officer: wherever available
(iii) Traffic Police Representative: nominate by the Superintendent of Police
(iv) Local Police: not below the rank of Circle Officer nominated by the Senior Superintendent of Police
(v) City level Market association and traders association: 2
(vi) Resident Welafre Association: 2
(vii) District Administration representative nominated by the DM: 1
(viii) Bank Representative nominated by the Chief Manager: 1
(ix) UP Housing and Development board, nominated by the Housing Comissioner: 1
(x)Development Authority nominated by the Vice chairperson: 1
(xi) Town and Country Planning nominated by the Chief Planer: 1
(xii) PWD nominated by the Chief Engineer: 1
(xiii) UP Power Corporation, nominated by the Superintendent of Police (Fire)
(xv)An officer of the Municipality, nominated by the Municipal Commissioner or Executive Officer , to act as Member-Secretary: 1
60 per cent including 10 per cent NGO/ Comunity based Organisation representatives 40 per cent Rule 5(1): (a) Municipality to publish a notice calling for application from registered associatiosn of the vendors for membership of TVC, in any two prominent daily newspapers; notice to be displayed in the local markets
(b) Notice to have date of publication, application for, last date and manner of submission
(c)Notice to be published at least 30 days prior to last date of submission
(d) Any person - a member of any association may apply to his association for TVC membership along with ID prof, address and character certificate.
(e) association of street vendors may elect its members out of the members applied under clause (d) and recommend for TVC membership
(f) Municipality to seek information about: work experience and other details
(g) On submission of recommendation, the Municipal Commissioner or Executive Officer to allot a unique application number to each recomended applicant and communicate to all applicants as well as the vendor associations.
(h) If recomendations exceed the required numbers, the municipality shall select the required members based on lottery. Such lottery to be held in the presence of the interested parties.
(i) Municipality to publish the aforesaid information and also the list of nominated members of TVC on its website.
(j) TVC formation to be published on the municipality website; a press note to be issued.
(2) Municipal Comisisoner/ Executive Officer to appoint a Committee of three officers for above prupose.
5 Years

Rule 7(1) TVC to meet quarterly
(3) Requisition meeting: TVC Chairperson may, call a meeting, upon a written request by not less than one-third members.

Rule 9(1): Agenda to be determined by a majority of members present and voting
(2) Considering the exigencies, committee may take decisions by circulation of the agenda
(3) Proceeding to be confirmed in the next meeting
(4) An officer to be designated for implementation of decisions

Rule 11 (1): TVC to constitute one more sub-committees to discharge any functions

Rule 7(2):A list of business to be transacted at every meeting except an adjourned meeting to be sent to each TVC member at least 48 hours before the time fixed for each meeting; if sent by post, it shall be so sent that it may be served to the members within stipulated time.

Rule 8: No matter to be transacted unless at least 1/3rd of total members are present throughout the meeting

Rule 6(a) survey and acomodation of vendors subject to norms and holding capacity
(b) issuance of CoV
(c) cancellation and suspension of CoV
(d) issuance of ID cards
(e) to monitor the provisioning of civil facilities to street vendors
(f) to give recommendations on zoning to the municipality
(g) to give recommendations to the municipality for preparing a plan to promote the vocation of street vendors covering first schedule
(h) recomendation on natural markets
(i) setting the terms and conditions for vending
(j) collection of fees and other charges
(k) deciding the standards regarding an area or a place or a location to be made available to the vendors
(l) ensure continuation and upgradation of weekly markets
(m) monitoring the implementation and execution of vending scheme
(n) fixation of vending fee
(o) furnishing returns or anual reports
(p) maintenance of records
(q) publishinh street vendors charter
(r) carrying out social audit
(s) recommendations on undertaking promotional measures - credit schemes, insurances and other welfare schemes of social security
(t) assessment and determination of maximum holding capacity of each vending zone
(u) undertaking periodic survey/ census to asses the increase or decrease in the number of vendors in the municipality
(v) ensuring that quality of products and services is as per the standards of public health, hygiene and safety
(w) encouraging and facilitating the organizations of weekly markets, festival bazaars, night markets to celebrate important occassions, holidays including city/ town/ market formation day
(x) to ensure use of alloted vending spots; taking necessary action against rent out or sale to others
(y) any other functions as assigned
Uttarakhand The District Magistrate and Sub Divisional Magistrate under set norms of clause 22(2) of the Act shall call meeting of all stakeholders to constitute Town Vending Committees in concerned Nagar Nigam and Nagarpalika Parisads / Nagar Panchayats respectively in their presence within one month of the policy enactment 10 per cent 40 per cent Not given Not given The TVC shall meet at least once a month Not given Rule 15: surveys, registration and issuance of ID cards, monitoring amenities, determining holding capacity, identifying types of vending zones, determining regulations, collection of fees, organising weekly community events for street vendors, ensuring public health, hygiene and safety standards
West Bengal 4(1) Each Local authority to constitute a TVC 60 per cent 40 per cent Not given Rule 6: 3 years from the date of its first meeting following constitution of the Committee. Rule 7. (1) TVC to meet at such times and places within the jurisdiction of the Local authority in discharge of its functions as may be decided by the concerned Local authority.
(2) Venue of the meeting, other than the first meeting, to be determined by the Chairperson of the Committee in consultation with the respective Local authority, and the venue of the first meeting shall be determined by the respective Local authority.
7( 4) Minutes of the meetings shall be signed by the Chairperson and would be put up in the subsequent meeting of the Town Vending Committee for confirmation.
Rule 7(2): Notice for a meeting shall be given at least before three days from the date of the meeting.
(3) Minimum two-third of the total number of members shall form quorum, and without a quorum no meeting shall be carried on, and in this case the meeting will be adjourned. When a meeting shall be adjourned, the Chairperson shall fix another date and time for holding the adjourned meeting, and in the said adjourned meeting quorum is not necessary.
9. TVC functions to devise a system mechanism as follows:
(a) For identification of existing vendors, TVC to prepare a detailed list of such vendors in consultation with the local authority concerned by way of conducting survey with assistance ---from local Police Authority & the Local authority to be submitted before the Local authority for consideration and acceptance.
(b) After completion of survey, for preparation of detailed list of existing venders, TVC, in consultation with the Local authority concerned, shall fix a cut-off date after which any intending street vendor shall have to obtain license prior to starting new business. After completion of survey, LA and TVC to ensure that no new vendor starts his business prior to obtaining license.
( c) TVC to prepare the list of Street Vendors within their respective jurisdiction as stated at clause (a) above and recommend the same to the concerned LA, and the concerned LA, after receipt of the list of vendors recommended by TVC to issue necessary license accordingly as per provision of extant rules and statutes.
(d) TVC to prepare the list of Vending Zone as well as No Vending Zone in consultation of the Local authority, taking into consideration of the provisions of clause 'e' and clause 'i' of Rule 9 within their respective jurisdiction of the concern Local authority.
( e) The list of vending zones along with their holding capacity to be prepared in consultation with the Local authority concerned, and while preparing the list of vending zones TVC to consider the following:
(i) two-third portion of the width of a footpath shall be earmarked so as to ensure smooth pedestrian movement;
(ii) the movable carts may be considered to be included so that the vendors may remove the cart after completion of daily business and size of the carts to be suitable with road width;
(iii) entrance and exit of any shop or house must not be blocked;
(iv) addressing the issue of allocation and relocation of the hawkers, the aspect of marketing scope of the particular trade is required to be addressed suitably;
(v) smooth running of schools, colleges, hospitals, offices etc.
(f) the Committee shall recommend for issue, withdraw, suspension and cancellation of the license to the Local authority, which in tum will consider the same and will take action accordingly.
(g) for deciding the zoning, TVC to have the base materials/data from the Local authority concerned. TVC, if feels necessary, may approach the Local authority for modification of the regulations and the plan for identifying vending zones. After obtaining decision of the respective authority TVC may take appropriate decisions.
(h) on TVC recommendations, LA to declare the Natural market, Weekly market, Vegetables market, Heritage market, Festive market, Seasonal market, Night bazaar with their exact location and specific period of business.
(i) while making recommendations about the vending zones, TVC to consider the road width, traffic flow and the pedestrian movement in the area concerned.
(j) where any Street Vendor, who is registered, or his agent or servant do any breach of any of the conditions determined by the concerned LA for regulating Street Vending, or where TVC finds that such registration has been secured through misrepresentation of facts or fraud, the Committee shall cancel the registration or suspend the same for a particular period, as they think fit. Police Authority should play their role in appropriate manner for regulation of street vendors, in consultation with LA.
Sub-headings
States (m) Manner and the purpose - Associated Person u/s 24; (n) Allowance - associated person u/s 24(2) (k) Allowances - Chairperson and members u/s 22(3) (o) Office space and the other employees for TVC u/s 25
Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Rule 22(2): The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.
Rule 22(4): They may take part in TVC meetings, but shall not have a right to vote in the meetings.

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 6(1): The Chairperson and members of the Grievance redressal and dispute resolution committee shall receive salary, allowances and other prequisites as may be notified by the Government from time to time.
Rule 18: Members of the TVC shall receive allowances at a rate of rupees one thousand only for attending each meeting of the Town Vending Committee, or as may be fixed by the concerned local authority from time to time.

Not given

Andhra Pradesh

Rule 4(12): TVC can associate an expert on informal economy; right to participate in discussion, but no voting right;

Rule 4(12): To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 4(11): No sitting fee is required to be paid to Chairman and other public representatives, Government officials; members of Street Vendors / Associations /Members of NGOs / CBOs to be paid sitting fee of Rs. 100/-

Rule 4(13): TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Assam

Rule 4: As provided under Section 24 of the Act where TVC considers that the advice and assistance of any other person is necessary, it may co-opt any person having expertise in Law or Business as member who shall have the right to take part in the discussion but shall not be entitled to vote.

Rule 4: The non-official members and person co-opted shall receive such allowance for attending the meeting of the Committee as may be decided by the Corporation/Municipality/ULB’s on recommendations of Town Vending Committee.

Rule 4: The non-official members and person co-opted shall receive such allowance for attending the meeting of the Committee as may be decided by the Corporation/Municipality/ULB’s on recommendations of Town Vending Committee.

Rule 3(5): As provided Under Section 25 of the Act, the local authority shall provide office space to the Town Vending Committees.

Arunachal Pradesh

Rule 16: The TVC may associate any known expert in the field of informal economy including street vending or spatial planning issues, for taking a view on matters relating to the street vending. Such an expert shall have the right to take part in the discussion in the meeting but has no right to vote in the meeting.

Rule 16: Such person shall be paid an honorarium as may be decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 15: The non official members shall be entitled to a seating fee as may be decided by the local authority. In case of non-quorum meeting, fifty per cent of the sitting fee shall be paid to such members who have attended such non quorum meeting.

Rule 17(1): The TVC shall have its permanent office at the space allotted by the local authority.

Bihar

Rule 7: TVC may associate any expert in the field of informal economy for Street Vending and Spatial Planning. Such an expert will have the right to take part in any meeting and give suggestions but he cannot cast his vote in the meeting.

Rule 8: Paid allowances as determined by the Chairperson of TVC.

Rule 5: The allcwances payable to the members of a TVC who do not hold any office of profit, for attending each meeting of the TVC shall be fixed by the concerned TVC from time to time.

Rule 9: TVC will have its permanent office in the space allotted by local authority. It will also provide adequate staffs on the request of TVC but they will not be the perrnanent staffs of TVC.

Chandigarh

Rule 22(1): A Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
Rule 22(2): The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.
Rule 22(4): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) may take part in the meetings of the Town Vending Committee, but such persons shall not have a right to vote in the meetings.

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 18: The allowances payable to the members of a Town Vending Committee, who do not hold any office of profit, shall be at the rate of rupees one thousand only for attending each meeting of the Town Vending Committee, or as may be fixed by the concerned local authority from time to time.

Not given

Chhattisgarh

Not given

Not given

Not given

Rule 6: The Municipal Officer shall, if required, provide rent-free office space for the Town Vending Committee.

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Rule 22(1): A Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
Rule 22(2): The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.
Rule 22(4): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) may take part in the meetings of the Town Vending Committee, but such persons shall not have a right to vote in the meetings.

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 18: The allowances payable to the members of a Town Vending Committee, who do not hold any office of profit, shall be at the rate of rupees one thousand only for attending each meeting of the Town Vending Committee, or as may be fixed by the concerned local authority from time to time.

Not given

Daman and Diu

Rule 22(1): A Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
Rule 22(2): The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.
Rule 22(4): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) may take part in the meetings of the Town Vending Committee, but such persons shall not have a right to vote in the meetings.

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 18: The allowances payable to the members of a Town Vending Committee, who do not hold any office of profit, shall be at the rate of rupees one thousand only for attending each meeting of the Town Vending Committee, or as may be fixed by the concerned local authority from time to time.

Not given

Delhi

Rule 22(1): Subject to the provisions of the Act, a Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
Rule 22(2): The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.
Rule 22(3): The persons associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the Local Authority.

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 6(1): The Chairperson of the Committee shall receive the salary, allowances and other perquisites as are admissible to a sitting Civil Judge (Senior Division), if appointed on whole-time basis, or an honorarium of rupees two thousand per day on the day of sitting, if appointed on a part-time basis.
Provided that where a retired person who has been a Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrate is appointed as Chairperson on a whole-time basis he shall receive remuneration as per the last pay drawn minus pension along with allowances.
Rule 6(2): A member of the Committee shall receive a consolidated amount of rupees twenty five thousand if appointed on a whole-time basis, or an honorarium of rupees one thousand five hundred per day on the day of sitting, if appointed on part time basis. In addition a member appointed on a whole time basis will also be entitled to receive transport allowance of rupees seven thousand per Month:
Provided that where a retired Government / Municipal Officer is appointed as a member on a whole-time basis, he will have the option to receive the last pay drawn minus pension alongwith allowances.

Not given

Goa

Rule 8(1): The Town Vending Committee may associate with itself any person whose assistance or advice it may desire for the purpose of carrying into effect spatial planning issues relating to street vending.
Rule 8(2): Any person associated with the Town Vending Committee under sub-rule (1) shall have the right to take part in the discussions of the Town Vending Committee but shall not have the right to vote.

Rule 12: The allowances to the associated person appointed by the committee shall be Rs. 500/- per month.

Rule 11: The Chairperson and members shall be entitled to Rs. 500/- per month as allowances.

Not given

Gujarat

Rule 16: The Town Vending Committee may associate any expert or eminent person in the field of urban planning, informal economy including street vending or spatial planning issues, for taking a view on the matters relating to the street vending. Such person shall have the right to take part in the discussion in the meeting but has no right to vote in the meeting.

Rule 16: Such person shall be paid an honorarium as may be decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 15: The non-official members of the Committee shall be entitled to and paid allowance by the local authority, for attending the meeting of the Committee, at the same rate as is paid to the members of the local authority. In case of nonquorum of meeting, fifty per cent. of the allowance shall be paid to such members who have attended such non quorum meeting.

Rule 17: The Town Vending Committee shall have its permanent office at the space allotted by the local authority.

Haryana

Rule 13(1): The Town Vending Committee subject to the provisions of the Act, may associate an expert person or firm of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field, for obtaining technical or professional advice or allot work on matters relating to the street vendors including calculation of holding capacity in vending zone.
Rule 13(2): The person or firm to be associated as expert under sub- rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.

Rule 13(3): The person or firm associated as expert under sub- rule (1) shall be paid as mentioned in work allotment order or contract agreement or decided by the competent authority.

Rule 10(1): No allowance is payable to the Chairperson and Government officer/ official, who is member of the Town Vending Committee.
Rule 10(2): Non-Official members of a Town Vending Committee, shall be paid an allowance at the rate of Rs. 1000/- (Rs. One thousand only) only for attending a meeting of the Town Vending Committee, or at such rate, as may be fixed by concerned competent authority from time to time.

Not given

Himachal Pradesh

Rule 16: TVC can associate an expert on informal economy; right to participate in discussion, but no voting right;

Rule 16: To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 18: The Chairperson and the members of the GRC shall be paid such remuneration as may be decided by the State Government from time to time

Rule 17: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Karnataka

Rule 15: Payable to non-official members of the TVC

Rule 15: Not be paid more than Rs. 500 per meeting of the TVC

Not given

Rule 17: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Kerala

Rule 13: TVC can associate an expert on informal economy including spatial planning issues; right to participate in discussion, but no voting right;

Rule 13: To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 11: Allowances for sitting fee to chairperson and members shall be on par with that recieved by local authority. In case of non-quorum, 50% of sitting fees to be paid.

Rule 10: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Lakshadweep

Rule 18: payable to members of the TVC who do not hold any office of profit

Rule 18: Not be paid more than Rs. 1000 per meeting of the TVC

Not given

Rule 23: The local authority concerned shall, when so requested by a Town Vending Committee, make available to that Committee such employees as the local authority considers necessary for discharge of the functions conferred or imposed on the Committee under rule 21 of these rules.

Madhya Pradesh

Rule 3: The Chaiperson and other members shall receive an allowance as prescribed in the bye-laws made by the urban local authority

Rule 3: The Chaiperson and other members shall receive an allowance as prescribed in the bye-laws made by the urban local authority

Rule 3: The Chaiperson and other members shall receive an allowance as prescribed in the bye-laws made by the urban local authority

Rule 7: The LA shall provide the TVC with State office space and other employees as prescribed in the bye-laws

Maharashtra

Rule 24: TVC can associate any expert on a temporary basis to obtain technical and professional advice. Can participate in discussions but has no voting rights

Rule 24: To be paid allowance as decided by TVC

Rule 5: The Chairperson and the members of the GRC shall be paid such remuneration as may be decided by the State Government from time to time

Rule 25: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Manipur

Rule 22: TVC can associate any expert on a temporary basis to obtain technical and professional advice. Can participate in discussions but has no voting rights

Rule 24: To be paid allowance as decided by TVC

Rule 6: The Chairperson and the members of the GRC shall be paid such remuneration as may be decided by the State Government from time to time

Rule 19: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Meghalaya

Rule 13: payable to non-official members of the TVC

Rule 13: To be paid Rs. 350 per meeting, and 50 per cent of the fee when quorum could not be met

Not given

Rule 14: office space decided by the LA, staff pooled from the Urban Development Authority / District Urban Planner Office and Municipality. LA might decide in consultation with the TVC to engage minimum number of critical staff; District Urban Planner and existing staff of National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) would support such secretarial function

Mizoram

Rule 16: TVC can associate an expert on informal economy; right to participate in discussion, but no voting right;

Rule 16: To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 15: Allowances for sitting fee to chairperson and members shall be on par with that recieved by local authority. In case of non-quorum, 50% of sitting fees to be paid.

Rule 10: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Nagaland

Rule 16: TVC can associate an expert on informal economy; right to participate in discussion, but no voting right;

Rule 16: To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 18: To be paid the honorarium as
decided by the Chairperson.

Rule 17: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Odisha

Not Given

Not Given

Rule 5: Allowances for sitting fee to chairperson and members shall be decided by the municipality based on recommendations by the TVC.

Rule 3: TVC's permanent office to be in the space allotted by the local authority; local authority to provide adequate staff but no permanent burden to be created by TVC on account of the establishment cost.

Puducherry

Rule 22: TVC can associate any expert on a temporary basis to obtain technical and professional advice. Can participate in discussions but has no voting rights

Rule 22(3): The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 18: Chairperson and members are entitled to a lumpsum amount of rupees one thousand, borne by the local authority

Rule 19: Meetings shall be held at the headquarters of the local authority or at such a place decided by the Chairperson

Punjab

Rule 9: TVC can associate an expert on a ttemporary basis.

Rule 9: Allowance as paid to other members

Rule 7: Chairperson and members are entitled to a lumpsum amount of rupees five hundred, borne by the local authority

Rule 7: office space will be in the office of the chairperson

Rajasthan

Rule 12: TVC can associate any expert on a temporary basis to obtain technical and professional advice. Can participate in discussions but has no voting rights

Rule 13: The person associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be paid allowances as determined by the local authority.

Rule 12: Allowances for sitting fee to chairperson and members shall be on par with that recieved by local authority. In case of non-quorum, 50% of sitting fees to be paid.

Rule 6: As provided Under Section 25 of the Act, the local authority shall provide office space to the Town Vending Committees.

Sikkim

"Rule 18: payable to members of the TVC who do not hold offices of profit
Rule 22: The TVC may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience in the field"

Rule 18: members shall be paid as much as Rs. 1000 per meeting, associated members shall be paid allowances determined by the LA

Not given

"Rule 23: The local authority concerned shall, when so requested by a Town Vending Committee, make available to that Committee such employees as the local authority considers necessary for discharge of the functions conferred or imposed on the Committee under rule 21 of these rules."

Tamil Nadu

Rule 21. Powers of Town Vending Committee for temporary association of expert person. - (1) Subject to the provisions
of the Act, a Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience
in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
(2) The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and by
following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government
Departments.

Rule 21(3): to be determined by the local authority

Rule 17: Rs.1000/- for the members of a Town Vending Committee, who do not hold any office of profit, for attending a meeting of the Town Vending Committee; to be paid from the general fund of the local body concerned.

Rule 22: The local authority concerned, with the prior approval of the Government, at the request of a Town Vending Committee, make available such employees as the local authority considers necessary for discharge of the functions.

Rule 24. (1) The local authority concerned to provide sufficient office space for TVC functioning and depute its employees to carry out the ministerial and clerical functions
(2) a minimum of two employees not below the rank of Record Clerk to be deputed for TVC office; no. of employees to be increased as per the requirement of the workload, in the opinion of the Chairperson.

Telangana

Tripura

Rule 14. Powers of Town Vending Committee for temporary association of expert person. - (1) Subject to the provisions
of the Act, a Town Vending Committee may associate any suitable person of repute having adequate knowledge and experience
in the field, as expert to obtain technical or professional advice on matters relating to the street vendors.
(2) The person to be associated as expert under sub-rule (1) shall be selected in a fair and transparent manner and byn following the procedure for engagement of consultants and experts as technical or professional experts in Government Departments.

Rule 14(3): to be determined by the local authority

Rule 10: Allowances to be fixed by the local authority; only for those who do not hold any office of profit

Rule 22: The local authority concerned, with the prior approval of the Government, at the request of a Town Vending Committee, make available such employees as the local authority considers necessary for discharge of the functions.

Rule 24. (1) The local authority concerned to provide sufficient office space for TVC functioning and depute its employees to carry out the ministerial and clerical functions
(2) a minimum of two employees not below the rank of Record Clerk to be deputed for TVC office; no. of employees to be increased as per the requirement of the workload, in the opinion of the Chairperson.

Uttar Pradesh

Not given

Not given

Not given

Rule 10: The municipality shall provide the TVC proper office space with adequate furniture, sufficient number of employees and an officer to act as secretary of the Committee

Uttarakhand

Rule 12: Non-government members may be given an allowance as prescribed by the State government

Not given

Not given

Rule 13: The Urban Local Body shall provide the TVC with appropriate office space and such employees as may be prescribed. Services of existing employee of the concerned Urban Local Body will be utilised

West Bengal

5. (1) TVC may associate with itself, any person whose assistance or advice it may desire in carrying out its function.
(2) Associated person to have a right to take part in the discussions relevant to that purpose, but shall not have a right to vote at a meeting of the committee and shall not be a
member for any other purpose

Not given

Not given

Rule 12: TVC office in the space allotted by the Local authority concerned.
- The Local authority to provide personnel as required by the TVC.
- but no permanent burden to be on TVC on account of establishment cost.
- The cost of establishment to be borne by the Local authority concerned from the municipal fund.

Sub-headings
States (p) Record Maintenance u/s 26(2) Street Vendor’s Charter: Time period for issuance and renewal of CoV  (q) Returns to be furnished under section 30 (r) Manner of publishing summary of scheme under sub-section (2) of section 38
Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as specified in the scheme under sub-section (2) of section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority.

Rule 21(l): TVC to publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein.

Rule 25(1): Every Town Vending committee shall prepare and furnish to the Government and local authority periodical returns for each year with details as required in Form ‘D’.
Rule 25(2): The Government or the local authority, as the case may be, may require a Town Vending Committee to furnish such other return or returns in such proforma as demanded from time to time.

Rule 26(1): A summary of the scheme notified by the Government in the second schedule under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act shall be published by the local authority by means of a public notice given in two prominent daily newspapers and circulated in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby, within seven days from the date the scheme is notified by the Government.

Andhra Pradesh

Rule 7(1): (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained at its secretariat; soft copy also to be suitably maintained; TVC decisions to be uploaded on website.
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Rule 3(3): TVC to publish the charter; charter to specify:
- the time within which CoV to be issued to a street vendor
- the time within which such CoV to be renewed

Rule 7(3): TVC to furnish the require details in form-D to the appropriate Government as returns periodically.

Rule 7(2): Local authorityprepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the three local newspapers and to
be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Assam

Rule 10: Every TVC shall maintain up to date records of registered street vendors and street vendors to whom certificate of vending has been issued in the following manner;
(a) The Town Vending Committee shall maintain update records of registered street vendors from the Register in Form-II.
(b) The aforesaid record shall specify the name of such street vendor, stall allotted to him, nature of business carried out by him, category of street vending and any other particulars which may be relevant.
(c) The Town Vending Committee shall update the aforesaid record every three months and furnish the returns to State Government and local authority from time to time as provided undersection 30 of the Act (Form-IV).
(d) The Town Vending Committee shall publish the aforesaid updated record on the website.

Rule 7: As provided under Section 4(1) of the Act; every street vendor identified under survey carried out by the Town Vending Committee following the provisions of section 3(1) of the Act and who has completed the age of eighteen years, shall be registered and issued with certificate of vending as per terms and conditions and within the period specified in the scheme inclodingtherestrictions specified in the plan for street vending by Town Vending Committee.

Rule 10(c): The TVC shall update the record of registered street vendors every three months and furnish the returns to State Government and local authority from time to time as provided undersection 30 of the Act (Form-IV).

Rule 12: After Notification of the scheme by the Government under sub-section (1) of section 38, a summary stating the number of vending zones, number of street vendors allowed to carry on the activities of vending in respect of each Municipality shall be prepared by the concerned Municipality and publish the same in two local newspapers, each in’ “Assamese” and “English” having wide circulation in the concerned Municipal area.

Arunachal Pradesh

Rule 24(1): The paper records of the town vending committee shall be maintained by its secretariat in the place allotted by the local authority and the soft copy should also be suitably maintained. All decisions taken by the town vending committee shall be placed on a designated website.

Not given

Rule 26: Every TVC shall furnish the return as required under section 30 along with the details specified in Form- VII, to the State Government.

Rule 25: The summary of the scheme notified by the State government shall be published by the local authority in two local newspapers and be uploaded on the website of TVC. Such publication of scheme by the local authority
shall be made within seven days from the date the scheme notified by the State Government.

Bihar

Rule 10: TVC will maintain proper records pertaining to details of total vendors, category wise, registered vendors, I-card issued, fees, any other charges, dues and collection, expenditure incurred etc. Other relevant records will be also maintained by TVC.

Rule 17: ) Every street vendor, identified under the survey carried out under sub-section (1) of section 3, who has completed the age of fourteen years or such age as may be prescribed by the appropriate Government, shall be issued a certificate of vending by Town Vending Committee, subject to such terms and conditions and within the period specified in the scheme including the including the restrictions specified in the plan for street vending.

Rule 18: The Town Vending committee will submit the reports and returns as follows:
(a) Prepare every year an annual statement of its accounts and submit to the Municipality/ Local Authority by 31st May of the year, which after approval, shall be sent to the district and state nodal officer of the Govemment.
(b) Prepare every year an annual report on its functioning and submit by 31st July to the Municipality/ Local authority, which in turn, with its observations, if any
shall forward to the district/state nodal officer of the Government.
(c) Submit quarterly performance report to the Municipality by 10th day of every
quarter of the financial year.

Rule 19: Summary of the scheme shall be published in the following manner:
(i) summary of the scheme will be published in at least two local daily newspapers in Hindi;
(ii) summary of the scheme will also be prominently displayed in the office of the Municipality;
(iii) Every municipality will make public the salient features of the scheme by wall writing, hand bill or any other means at appropriate places in the city area.

Chandigarh

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as specified in the scheme under sub-section (2) of section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority.

Rule 21(l): A TVC shall publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as specified in the scheme under sub-section (2) of section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority.

Rule 26(1): A summary of the scheme notified by the Government in the second schedule under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act shall be published by the local authority by means of a public notice given in two prominent daily newspapers and circulated in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby, within seven days from the date the scheme is notified by the Government.
Rule 26 (2): The notice shall be signed by the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, or by an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
Rule 26(3): The notice shall be in such language or languages as the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, may specify in this behalf.

Chhattisgarh

Rule 7: The Town Vending Committee shall maintain, ward-wise Register of street vendors containing all details as listed in sub-section (2) of Section 26 of the Act:
Provided that the Register shall be maintained in hard copy, duly attested by an officer to be designated by the Municipal Officer for this purpose.

Not given

Rule 8: Every Town Vending Committee, having adopted in meeting before 30th June of the following financial year, shall send annual return, prescribed in Form-3 to the Director of Urban Administration and Development.

Rule 9: A summary of the Scheme framed under Section 38 shall be published in two local newspapers as per Form-4.

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as specified in the scheme under sub-section (2) of Section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority.

Rule 21(l): A TVC shall publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;

Rule 25(1): Every Town Vending committee shall prepare and furnish to the Government and local authority periodical returns for each year with details as required in Form ‘D’.

Rule 26(1): A summary of the scheme notified by
the Government in the second schedule under sub-section (1) of Section 38 of the Act shall be published by the local authority by means of a public notice given in two prominent daily newspapers and circulated in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby, within seven days from the
date the scheme is notified by the Government.
Rule 26(2): The notice shall be signed by the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, or by an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
Rule 26(3): The notice shall be in such language or languages as the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, may specify in this behalf.

Daman and Diu

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as specified in the scheme under sub-section (2) of Section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority.

Rule 21(l): A TVC shall publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;

Rule 25(1): Every Town Vending committee shall prepare and furnish to the Government and local authority periodical returns for each year with details as required in Form ‘D’.

Rule 26(1): A summary of the scheme notified by
the Government in the second schedule under sub-section (1) of Section 38 of the Act shall be published by the local authority by means of a public notice given in two prominent daily newspapers and circulated in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby, within seven days from the
date the scheme is notified by the Government.
Rule 26(2): The notice shall be signed by the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, or by an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
Rule 26(3): The notice shall be in such language or languages as the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, may specify in this behalf.

Delhi

Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date records as prescribed in the section 26 in both electronic and manual form.

Rule 21(l): A TVC shall publish the street vendor's charter in at least one local language, Hindi and English newspapers of repute and displayed in the office of Town Vending Committee and other offices of the Urban Local Bodies as required, specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein;

Rule 25(1): Every Town Vending Committee shall prepare and furnish to the Government and Local Authority the following periodical returns for each year in a digital format, namely:-

[I] Surveys, -
(a) the list of street vendors surveyed during the year;
(b) name of area and wards where survey work has been completed alongwith date of completion of survey;
(c) name of area and wards where survey work is in progress alongwith the date of start of survey and the date of likely completion; and
(d) the list of registered street vendors ward wise as on the last day of the year.

[II] Receipt and disposal of applications for issue of certificate of vending, -
(a) the list of applications (ward wise) received for issue of certificate of vending during the year;
(b) the list of applications (ward wise) disposed of during the year of which
(i) the list of applications accepted;
(ii) the list of applications denied; and
(iii) the list of applications pending as on the last day of the year.

[III] Cases of suspension of certificate of vending, -
(a) the list of cases in which action for suspension of certificate of vending initiated during the year;
(b) the list of cases of suspension disposed of during the year of which-
(i) the list of certificate of vending were suspended;
(ii) the list of cases closed and the certificate of vending continued;
(iii) the list of cases pending as on the last day of the year.

[IV] Applications for revocation of suspension of certificate of vending, -
(a) the list of applications for the revocation of suspension of certificate of vending received during the year;
(b) the list of applications received in clause (a) above and disposed of during the year of which,-
(i) the list of applications where suspension revoked and the certificate of vending revalidated;
(ii) the list of cases closed and suspension continued.
(c) the list of applications for revocation of suspension pending as on the last date of the year.

[V] Cases of cancellation of certificate of vending, -
(a) the list of cases in which action for cancellation of certificate of vending initiated during the year;
(b) the list of cases of cancellation of certificate of vending disposed of during the year of which -
(i) the list of certificates of vending cancelled;
(ii) the list of cases closed and certificate continued.
(c) the list of cases pending on the last day of the year.

[VI] The minutes of meetings of Town Vending Committee held during the year.
[VII] Ward wise list of vending zones identified alongwith the details such as ward, area/colony, road, map of the vending zone, and the holding capacity.
[VIII] Ward wise number of registered street vendors that have been accommodated in the notified vending zones.
[IX] Other activities, -
(a) the social audit of its activities conducted during the year;
(b) promotional measures taken for making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security of the street vendors during the year;
(c) steps taken during the year to raise awareness among the public about the role of street vendors in the economy.
(d) accept and act on complaints and feedback from public regarding any aspect related to vending.

Rule 26(1): A summary of the scheme notified by the Government, under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act, shall be published by the Municipal Commissioner/Chairperson/CEO of each Local Authority at least in two prominent daily newspapers as per provision of sub-section (2) of section 38 and also circulated by public notice in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby.
Rule 26(2): The notice shall be signed by the Municipal Commissioner/Chairperson/Chief Executive Officer of the Local Authority or by an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
Rule 26(3): The notice shall be in such language or languages as the Municipal Commissioner/Chairperson/Chief Executive Officer of the Local Authority may specify in this behalf.

Goa

Rule 14(1): The Town Vending Committee shall maintain records with respect to the total number of applications received for street vending, total number of certificate of vending issued to street vendors in different zones including different category of street vendors during the previous financial year and also a statement in summary specifying the activities to be undertaken in the next financial year. A soft copy of the same shall also be suitably maintained. All decisions taken by the Town Vending Committee shall be published on its website. Further, the Town Vending Committee shall maintain and circulate the status papers of the street vending scenario in the city or town amongst its members.

Not given

Rule 15: The Town Vending Committee shall submit returns to the Government and to the concerned local authority in Form-IV after the end of every financial year.

Rule 16: The summary of scheme notified by the Government under sub-section (1) of section 38 shall be published by the local authority in at least two local newspapers having wide circulation in the area within seven days from the date of publication of notification thereof.

Gujarat

Rule 24(1): The Town Vending Committee shall maintain the up-to-date record of the street vendors at its office in the place allotted by the local authority. The record shall also be uploaded on the website of the Committee. The Committee shall also display or upload all information relating to decisions taken by it on the website of the Committee.

Not given

Rule 26: Every Town Vending Committee shall furnish from time to time, such information as may be required and returns in Form VII, to the State Government and the local authority.

Rule 25: The summary of the scheme, framed and notified by the State Government under section 38 of the Act, shall be published by the local authority in two local newspapers and shall also be uploaded on the website of the Town Vending Committee. Such publication of scheme by the local authority shall be made within seven days from the date the on which the scheme is notified by the State Government.

Haryana

Rule 15: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up-to-date records of total numbers of identify street vendors, vending zones, registered vendors, license issued, location of vendors, revenue generated through fee collected/challan issued, fine imposed another the details about street vending, prescribed in the scheme under section 38(1) of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms as may be decided by the competent authority.

Rule 12(1)(l): The TVC shall publish the street vendor’s charter specifying therein the time within which the certificate of vending shall be issued to the street vendors and time within which such certificate of vending shall be renewed and other Activities to be performed within the time limit specified therein.

Rule 16(1): The Town Vending Committee shall furnish returns to the Government and competent authority at the end of every financial year, as specified below, namely,-
(a) the details of meeting held, along with proceedings of each meeting;
(b) total number of street vendors identified, vending certificate issued and vending area allotted;
(c) the details of functions performed by the Town Vending Committee during the financial year under
review.

Rule 17(1): A summary of the scheme notified by the Government shall be published by the competent authority by means of a public notice given in at least two prominent local daily newspapers.
Rule 17(2): The copy of notice shall also be pasted at appropriate location visible to the general public in the office of competent authority.

Himachal Pradesh

Rule 23: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained at its secretariat; soft copy also to be suitably maintained; TVC decisions to be uploaded on website.
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not given

Rule 25: TVC to furnish the require details in form-VII to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 24: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Karnataka

Not given

Given

Given

Kerala

Rule 7: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained at its secretariat; soft copy also to be suitably maintained; TVC decisions to be uploaded on website.
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not Given

Rule 8: Annual report to be furnished within 3 months of completion of financial year and uploaded to the designated website

Rule 9: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Lakshadweep

Given

Given

Given

Madhya Pradesh

Not given

Not given

Rule 19: Every TVC shall furnish, from time to time, to the LA such returns as maybe prescribed in bye-laws

Not given

Maharashtra

Rule 23: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained aelectronically or manually, or both
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC (iv) Ward wise record of registered street vendors (v) Registered street vendors with category of certification (vi) initiatives taken by TVC to impart skills or financial assistance (vii) any other record as decided from time to time

Rule 23(12): TVC to publish the charter; charter to specify:
- the time within which CoV to be issued to a street vendor
- the time within which such CoV to be renewed

Rule 25: TVC to furnish the require details in form-D to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 28: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Manipur

Rule 23: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained aelectronically or manually, or both
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC (iv) Ward wise record of registered street vendors (v) Registered street vendors with category of certification (vi) initiatives taken by TVC to impart skills or financial assistance (vii) any other record as decided from time to time

Rule 2: TVC to publish the charter; charter to specify:
- the time within which CoV to be issued to a street vendor
- the time within which such CoV to be renewed

Rule 25: TVC to furnish the require details in form-D to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 26: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Meghalaya

Not Given

Not Given

Rule 17: Every TVC shall furnish from time to time, the return as required under the Act along with the details specified in Form I, to the State Government

Rule 16: The summary of the Scheme notified by the State Government under Section 2 of Chapter II of the Act shall be published by the LA in two local newspapers of which should be reproduced in the local language of the area and shall also be uploaded on the website of the LA and TVC. Such publication of the Scheme by the LA shall be made within 7 days from the date of the Scheme notified by the State Government

Mizoram

"Rule 24: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained aelectronically or manually, or both
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not given

Rule 26: TVC to furnish the require details in form-VII to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 25: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Nagaland

"Rule 24: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained aelectronically or manually, or both
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not given

Rule 26: TVC to furnish the require details in form-VII to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 25: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Odisha

"Rule 12: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained aelectronically or manually, or both
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not given

Rule 13: TVC to furnish the require details in form-VII to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 14: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Puducherry

Rule 24. TVC to maintain up to date records as prescribed in the Scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act, in electronic form or manually or in both forms as may be decided by the local authority

Rule 21: TVC to publish the charter; charter to specify:
- the time within which CoV to be issued to a street vendor
- the time within which such CoV to be renewed

Rule 25: TVC to furnish the require details to the state Government as returns periodically.

Rule 26: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be uploaded on TVC's official website after State government notifies it; to be published within 7 days of notification

Punjab

"Rule 11: (i) TVC's Paper Records to be maintained manually
(ii) Space alottment related records to be kept for 10 years; other records to be preserved for 5 years unless required for any legal proceedings.
(iii) The street / road plan with the existing site of the street vending to be a permanent record with TVC

Not given

Rule 12: Annual report to be furnished within 1 months of completion of financial year and uploaded to the designated website

Rule 13: Local authority prepares the scheme; TVC to publish the summary of those schemes in the two local newspapers and to be notified on the notice board of the local authority

Rajasthan

Rule 11: TVC to publish the charter; charter to specify:
- the time within which CoV to be issued to a street vendor
- the time within which such CoV to be renewed

Rule 8: Annual report to be furnished within 3 months of completion of financial year and uploaded to the designated website

Rule 10. Every local authority to publish a summary of the Scheme in atleast two local vernacular news papers, within 30 days of notification of the Scheme.

Sikkim

"Rule 24: Every Town Vending Committee shall maintain up to date.records as specified in the scheme under subsection (2) of section 26 of the Act in electronic form or manually or in both forms, as may be decided by the local authority."

Not given

"Rule 25: (1) Every Town Vending committee shall prepare and furnish to the 'Goyernment and loca! authority peripdiyai returns fo.r each year with details as required in Form 'D'.
(2) The Government or the local authority, as the case may be, may require a Town Vending Committee to furnish such other return or returns in such proforma as demanded from time to time"

"Rule 26: - (1) A summary of the scheme notified by the Government in the second schedule under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the Act shall be published by the local authority by means of a public notice given in two prominent daily newspapers and circulated in the area for being widely known in the area or locality of its jurisdiction which is likely to be affected thereby, within seven days from the date the scheme is notified by the Government.
(2) The notice shall be signed by the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, or by an officer authorised by him in this behalf.
(3) The notice shall be in such language or languages as the Municipal Commissioner or the Chief Executive Officer of the local authority, as the case may be, may specify in this behalf."

Tamil Nadu

23. TVC to maintain up to date records as prescribed in the Scheme framed under sub-section (1) of section 38 of the
Act, in electronic form or manually or in both forms as may be decided by the local authority

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Rule 25. TVC to periodically submit a return in Form-H to the authority and the local authority concerned on or before the expiry of 60 days referred to in rule 11(3) from the date fixed as the last date for the receipt of application for issue of Certificate of Vending, by the Town Vending Committee.

Rule 26. Every local authority to publish a summary of the Scheme in atleast two local vernacular news papers, within 30 days of notification of the Scheme.

Telangana
Tripura

Rule 24: TVC to maintain up to date records as specified in scheme; either electronically or manually or both, as decided by the local authority

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Rule 25(1): TVC to prepare and furnish periodical returns to Local Authority and Government in Form D.
(2) Government or Local Authority may require TVC to furnish additional returns in such proforms as demanded.

Rule 26 (1): To be published by Local Authority as a public notice in two prominent newspapers; within 7 days from the date of notification.
(2) Notice to be signed by the Municipal Commissioner/ CEO/ Executive Officer/ Authorised Officer
(3)Language of the notice to be specified by the Municipal Comissioner/ CEO/ Executive Officer

Uttar Pradesh

Rule 26(b): TVC to maintain a register of uo-to-date information regarding each street vendor, stationery or mobile, or of weekly market containing name of such street vendor, space allotted to him, nature of business or vending carried out by him, category of street vending, details of appelas, redressal of grievances, resolving of the disputes, vending fee, registration fee, penalty, maintenance charges, user charges, cashbook and such other particulars.

Not given

Rule 26(d): an annual report to be laid before the municipality:
(i) No. of street vendors having CoV (stationery, mobile and weekly markets)
(ii) Revenue collected
(iii) promotional and other measures
(iv) No. of appeals received and disposed
(v) No. of grievances addressed and disputes resolved
(vi) Expenditure incurred
(vii) steps taken for welfare
(viii) best practices
(ix) any other achievement

(e) TVC to furnish the annual report to the Director of ULB after the approval of the Municipality

Not given

Uttarakhand

West Bengal

Rule 8. (1) The soft and hard copy of TVC records to be maintained in the place allotted by LA.
(2) The street/road plan with the existing site of the street vending should be a permanent record with the Town
Vending Committee, keeping into consideration of the following, that:
(a) ULBs to prepare ward-wise list of road and assign the serial no. of the road in each ward
(b) The stall nos. to be in the following manner:
Ward No. I Serial No. of the Street within the ward I Stall No. in each ward.

Not given

Rule 10.
- TVC Annual report to be prepared within 3 months after the completion of the financial year and to be submitted to the concerned Local authority and a copy
of the return shall be submitted to the State Government.

Rule 11.TVC to publish the scheme summary as notified by the State Government, in order to make the street vendors aware of the Scheme, in at least
three newspapers in circulation in the local areas concerned.
- Publication within 30 days from the date of its notification by the State Government