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im mandated by this provision. Section 6.2.1.2 For renewal of business permits, the requirements for the presentation of FSIC to the city/municipality is with the BFP, either thru the copy of the FSIC or the negative list. If the BFP does not provide the city/municipality with the FSIC or does not inform them thru the negative list, it means that the business establishment has a valid FSIC and therefore, the basis for renewing the business permit A. For all City/Municipal Fire Stations which are able to inspect all registered business establishments within their AOR (this presupposes that the LGU gave a list of all Tegistered business establishments to the City/Municipal Fire Station concerned or the City/Municipal Fire Station concerned knows all the registered business establishments in their AOR), they shall submit a negative list to the LGU concerned not later than December 20 of every year in preparation for the renewal of business permits of the succeeding year. In this instance, there shall be an SS. statement in the endorsement to the LGU that those included in the list shall not be given Business Permits. For all City/Municipal Fire Stations which are not able to inspect all registered business establishments within their AOR because they ‘were not given a reliable or proper list by the LGU containing all the registered business establishments, they shall submit a positive list (list of ali establishments which were issued and with valid FSIC) to the LGU not later than December 20 of every year which will serve as their basis to renew the business Permits of those included in the list for the ‘succeeding year. In this instance, there shall be an express statement in the endorsement to the LGU that those not included in the list shall not be issued with Business Permits. 62.1.3 To streamline the process of application for business permit, the following options are available: A. Co-location of Local BFP with the BPLO 4) For ‘one-time assessment and ‘one-time payment’ of business permit fees, the local BFP shall co-locate with the city/municipality to assess and collect the “ordinary” fire safety inspection fees (FSIF) 2) The co-location shall _be year round for all cities and during the business permit renewal period for all municipalities. The BFP shall designate a Fire Code Fees Assessor and Fire Code Fees Collecting Agent in the BPLO. ‘The BFP shall coordinate with the Local Chief Executive and BPLO for the accommodation of their personnel B. LGU as Collecting Agent 1) For business-related "one-time assessment’ of fees for the For option A (co-location), all city/municipal fire marshals are again directed’ to coordinate with their Local Chief Executives for the accommodation of their Personnel who will man the business one stop shop. The Memorandum of the OIC, BFP dated 08 July 21016, re: Posting of BFP Assessors and Collecting Agents is hereby reiterated, For option B, utilization of this option is hereby discouraged in view of its contradiction with Section 13 of RA 9514, Business Permil, LGUs may be designated to assess the ‘ordinary’ fire safety inspection fees (FSIF) equivalent to 10 percent of all fees charged by the city or municipality in granting the business permit, provided that the BFP is able to check the accuracy of the computation and to certify the tax order of payment; 2) For ‘onetime payment’ of business-related fees, the BFP may allow the designation of city’municipality as collecting agents for the FSIF provided that the remittance of the said fees to the BFP shall be made not later than two (2) days after the transaction is made. The BFP is not precluded from collecting additional fees after their assessment. Further, all concerned are hereby directed to strictly observe the Revised BFP Citizen’s Charter. For strict compliance.