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    Hey Im Matt, just wondering if there are any Laws regarding espresso Carts in Queensland ? where to set up ? do you need a permit ect ?

    thanks

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    Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

    The first place to start would probably be the local council.

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    • #3
      Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

      Originally posted by 6E524F545E5F485D555E3A0 link=1263445169/1#1 date=1263445633
      The first place to start would probably be the local council.
      And if that doesnt help consider seeking legal advice. Sadly, theres likely to be a veritable maze of regulations to wade through.

      Legal Squirrel

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        Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

        Originally posted by 7B75716C707B6A1E0 link=1263445169/2#2 date=1263451994
        Originally posted by 6E524F545E5F485D555E3A0 link=1263445169/1#1 date=1263445633
        The first place to start would probably be the local council.
        And if that doesnt help consider seeking legal advice.  Sadly, theres likely to be a veritable maze of regulations to wade through.

        Legal Squirrel
        I think I saw you teh other day... Taking a break in the park.. Ya just can not leave teh work in the office can you...





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          Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

          Originally posted by 625E4358525344515952360 link=1263445169/1#1 date=1263445633
          he first place to start would probably be the local council.
          Yep thats exactly where you start.

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            Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

            Originally posted by 042B22203708242B24222028202B31450 link=1263445169/3#3 date=1263454746
            Originally posted by 7B75716C707B6A1E0 link=1263445169/2#2 date=1263451994
            Originally posted by 6E524F545E5F485D555E3A0 link=1263445169/1#1 date=1263445633
            The first place to start would probably be the local council.
            And if that doesnt help consider seeking legal advice.  Sadly, theres likely to be a veritable maze of regulations to wade through.

            Legal Squirrel
            Bow ties are classy, are they not?

            I think I saw you teh other day... Taking a break in the park..  Ya just can not leave teh work in the office can you...


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              Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

              [QUOTE=7B75716C707B6A1E0 link=1263445169/5#5 date=1263531975][QUOTE=042B22203708242B24222028202B31450 link=1263445169/3#3 date=1263454746]
              Originally posted by 7B75716C707B6A1E0 link=1263445169/2#2 date=1263451994
              Originally posted by 6E524F545E5F485D555E3A0 link=1263445169/1#1 date=1263445633
              The first place to start would probably be the local council.
              And if that doesnt help consider seeking legal advice.  Sadly, theres likely to be a veritable maze of regulations to wade through.

              Legal Squirrel


              Bow ties are classy, are they not?


              I think I saw you teh other day... Taking a break in the park..  Ya just can not leave teh work in the office can you...


              Ya need to work out how to Quote.. Want some forum training as well as coffee ;D

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                Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                I like the box of Whitmans Chocolates in the background!  *drool*

                Okay, sorry, back on topic!  

                PPS (Off Topic) - someone needs to photoshop a latte glass in that squirrels hand so that CaffaSquirrel can use it as his avatar - his hand is even at the right angle!

                Okay, okay...back to your regularly scheduled program before we get a Chris/Mal/Den/Scoots/Java Off Topic Replies Have Been Moved Here ;D ;D ;D

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                  Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                  Originally posted by 674056445C2F0 link=1263445169/7#7 date=1263533328
                  before we get a Chris/Mal/Den/Scoots/Java Off Topic Replies Have Been Moved Here
                  I dont know why people think Im a Mod. :-/ ;D

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                  • #10
                    Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                    its because you are so pretty

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                    • #11
                      Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                      Buggered if I know, but I really thought you were (obviously!). As Trentski says, it must be your boyish good looks and personality...as Scoots has, in bucketfuls! (*waits for Scoota-Cat to pounce*) :-*

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                      • #12
                        Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                        And now we are back on Topic.

                        Maybe also check one of your local small business centres. We have them over in Perth and are government run so are usually free to obtain advise from. They will supply you with all that you would need to know and who to contact for setting up a mobile cart.

                        here might be a good place to start http://www.business.qld.gov.au/dsdwe...nt.cfm?id=6603 Good luck with it.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Laws in QLD regarding espresso Carts

                          Originally posted by 507C6969642D2A291D0 link=1263445169/0#0 date=1263445169
                          Hey Im Matt, just wondering if there are any Laws regarding espresso Carts in Queensland ? where to set up ? do you need a permit ect ?
                          Hi Matt, this comes under local council regulation in the area youre going to operate in , and it varies from each council. Larger health umbrella regulations also vary from state to state apparently
                          on your local councils website (most of them anyway) there will be a business section with food businesses categories.  Carts come under a temporary/mobile food stall and if theres no food handling/preparation/storage involved in your cart then it should be fairly straight forward.
                          i was surprised when i checked with our local council as it was easier than i thought it would be.  even the council guy who helped me was surprised.  He said he came from Victoria where setting up a cart had more regaltions than setting up a surgery!!  
                          dunno why were not as strict.... maybe us canetoads are tougher  ;D ;D
                          hope that helps a little.  as i mentioned it does vary in different council areas.

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