PESHAWAR: Third Party Facilitation Centre established under the auspices of Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority (Smeda) with the financial assistance of United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has become formally operational.
Third Party Facilitation Centre, besides extending necessary legal facilities will also create awareness in business related problems.Similarly it will also organize workshops, seminars and training programs for the trading community of Peshawar.The centre established under the UNDP PRO Gole, Legal Empowerment for Economic Development project will provide important information regarding legal complications through legal experts.
The centre will provide free legal services and consultancy in matters relating tax, rent related affairs including Cantonment rent laws, utility connections, banking laws, Auqaf properties related issues, local government and companies and partnership related legal issues.The Third Party Facilitation Centre in Peshawar has been established in collaboration with Tanzim-e-Tajiran in Sona Centre, Sarafa Bazaar, Peshawar City.
The legal facilitation centre has hired Fayyaz Ahmad advocate as legal consultant. He will provide legal consultancy to trading community on different problems, which are included the electricity, telephone and gas, matters relating to rent issues with department of auqaf.He said that the centre will work along with Tanzim-e-Tajiran for the promotion of business activities in the city.The legal consultant of the centre will be available for free legal consultancy twice a week on Saturday and Wednesday. – Brecorder