For the purpose of serving written instruments, the businessperson is obligated to mark visibly the premises with business organization, respectively with its name, or his/her first name and surname; and with the identification number, where the registered office is located, if different from the residence, the domicile and a foreign person the organizational unit of the company – Sec 31 subsec. 16 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson is obligated to secure receiving written instruments in the registered office, domicile and at the place of the organizational unit of the company as registered in the Company Register – Sec. 31 subces. 16 of the Trade Act.

At the request of the Trade Licence Office the businessperson is obligated to prove the right to own or to use and enjoy the premises or another analogous right to the premises in which they have the place of business in the Czech Republic, if different from the residence, the domicile and a foreign person the organizational unit of the company – Sec. 31 subsec. 2 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson is obligated at the business premises, where goods are sold or a service provided, to secure that at the request of the control authority and within the term set by the control authority they will have at their disposal the documents proving the way of acquisition of the goods on sale or the material used for providing services. If they do not have any business premises they have to secure the above mentioned documents at the registered office, domicile or at the place of organizational unit of the company of a foreign person, – Sec. 31 subsec. 3 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson is obligated to secure the presence of a person who meets the requirement of mastering of either the Czech or Slovak language in the business premises designated for selling goods or providing services to consumers during the hours of business and operation. This person is designated for contact with consumers. If the Trade Licence Office has any doubts, it can examine the fulfilment of that requirement with an interview to assess whether that person is capable of answering fluently and correctly questions relating to everyday situations and business, and whether he/she is able to orally communicate the content of a text from a daily press – Sec. 31 subsec. 9 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson is liable for their employees' proving fulfilment of the condition of integrity, i.e. being without criminal records, in case that the Trade Act or special legal regulations require the condition of integrity of employees – Sec. 31 subsec. 10 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson and individuals carrying on a business activity that is the subject of trade, persons acting in their name and an agent in charge of a trade are obligated to prove their identity to the employees of the Trade Licence Office – Sec. 31 subsec. 11 of the Trade Act.

At the request of the customer the businessperson is obligated to issue documents of the sale of goods and of what services were provided. These documents must contain the identification of the businessperson by the business organization, respectively its name or the businessperson's first name and surname and identification number, the date of the sale of goods or service providing, the type of goods or service and its price, unless special legal regulations set otherwise – Sec. 31 subces. 17 of the Trade Act.

At the request of the Trade Licence Office the businessperson is obligated to convey whether they carry on business, and to prove it by documents which prove the conducting of business – Sec. 31 subsec 18 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson is liable for the fact that that their employees fulfil the eligibility to practise the employment set by special legal regulations, knowledge of safety regulations and of regulations governing the protection of public health. If required by the character of work or other activity, the businessperson is also liable for the fact that his employees undergo examinations regularly according to special legal regulations (e.g. Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on protection of public health and on changes of some relevant legislation) – Sec. 31 subsec. 19 of the Trade Act.

The businessperson who prepares the youth for occupation is obligated to follow special legal regulations (e.g. Act No. 561/2004 Coll., on preschool, elementary, secondary, advanced vocational training and other education (Education Act) – Sec.31 subsec. 20 of the Trade Act.