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vikasraina

Retailers Charge for bags

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vikasraina

HI , 

 

I want to know can retailer in India charge for bags (Paper, plastic or jute ) ??

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Prasad GLN

Let us admit the fact that there is no free lunch in business.  Though NCDRC ruled that retailer cannot charge for such bags, no one has stopped, if someone has stopped take it granted that he might have included the cost of the bag in some other item.

Google and find out the NCDRC decision against collecting the cost of bags and it may help you.

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