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mrgop (Owner)     26 November 2017

Should the food stalls in exhibitions provide bills?

Today I visited one exhibition organised by an organisation where stalls are rented to different shops/firms for displaying their products. There is also one refreshment stall selling food items like snaks, dosa, tea, juices etc. who charge extra ordinary rates for all food items and not displaying price list. When asked for bill both stall owner and organizers claims that they don't need to provide bills since temporary food stalls in exhibitions are excempted from it. Is it true? Is there any law excempting food stalls in exhibitions from issuing bills to customers? if no, where should I complain?


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KISHAN DUTT KALASKAR (Advocate)     26 November 2017

No, nobody is exempted from issuing bills.  You may first issue a legal notice to the organisors of the Exhibition then file a writ petition for approapriate ditectins to government and the organisors. 

Draft petition/legal notice will be prepared by me on payment of my professional nominal fees, you may approach me with  further details. 

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