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Obligation to notify the organising of sales activities at fairs or exhibitions

Introduction

In accordance with the Consumer Rights and Interests Protection Law that came into effect on 1 January 2022, the organiser is obliged to notify the Consumer Council at least two working days prior to the start of the event.

Obligation of the organiser:

The organiser shall provide the Consumer Council, at least two working days before the start of the sales activities at fairs or exhibitions, with information on the venue, start date and end date of such activities, as well as the exhibitors’ identification information, address and contact methods. A notification form made by the Consumer Council is available for download.

The organiser shall collect all identification information, address and contact methods of the exhibitors, the exhibitors shall also provide true and accurate information to the organiser.

Submission method:
The organiser may submit the information in-person at the office of the Consumer Council or via e-mail.

Law and regulation (Chinese only)

Notification Form for Organising Sales Activity at Fair or Exhibition

Frequently asked questions

Inquiry

Webpage of Consumer Rights and Interests Protection Law

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