As a Collllor Seller, it’s important for you to understand the laws in your city, county, state, province, territory and/or country (your “jurisdiction”).
As a platform and marketplace, we are responsible for the quality of products sold by our independent sellers, and we don’t provide legal advice, but we do want to give you some useful considerations that may help you better understand the laws and regulations in your jurisdiction. If you have questions, contact your local government, or consult a local lawyer or tax professional.
Many jurisdictions require owners or operators of certain businesses to apply for and obtain a license before the business can be operated. Many local governments have sections of their websites explaining the business licensing process and providing you with relevant forms and information. Contact your local jurisdiction for more information.
Many jurisdictions require printing companies to collect a tax, and pay that tax to the city or other jurisdiction. Contact your local government to see if you need to collect any taxes. Collllor provides the flexibility to calculate and input the tax amount during the order approval process.
It's also important to understand and follow other standards that might apply to your workspace standards, safety rules, and general safety concerns associated with the printing industry. Contact your local government to ask questions about this topic.