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Rule 6 of Legal Metrology Rules 2011

(d) each package shall bear on it or on a label attached to it the declarations to be made in accordance with these provisions.] In accordance with the 2011 Legal Metrology (PACKAGED GOODS) Regulations, the Directorate of Legal Metrology (PACKAGED GOODS) has consistently sought to strictly enforce mandatory labelling declarations. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the legal nature of what appears on a product and the regulatory obligations associated with it. The NKG team is an experienced team of meticulous and transparent professionals. Our experts have been working on such cases for years and understand the intricacies of legal metrology. (ii) on the basis of the evidence, take action in the event of a violation in accordance with the provisions of the Act and these Regulations. (b) any vested right, privilege, duty or liability created or created under these rules; or (h) `main notice board` means, in relation to packaging, the total area of the packaging on which the information required by these rules is to be provided as follows, namely: In addition to the above mandatory declarations under the Packaged Products Regulations, 2011, manufacturers or importers may indicate their internal codes such as bar codes. QR codes, GTINs or logos or external codes issued by other government agencies. According to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, compliance with the Legal Metrology Act of 2009 by stakeholders ensures the accuracy and accuracy of the measurement, which plays a very important role in everyday life. Transparent and efficient legal metrology creates trust in trade, industry and consumers and creates a harmonious environment for doing business. (iii) packages of ten or more packages intended for retail sale, provided that the packages intended for retail sale are labelled in accordance with the rules. Subject to clause 6(10) for e-commerce businesses such as Amazon, Flipkart, Bigbasket, Myntra, etc., it is mandatory to ensure that all mandatory declarations under sub-rule 1 of these rules concerning the digital and electronic network used during the e-commerce transaction, except for the month and year in which the goods are manufactured or packaged. (b) such a package does not bear on it or on the label the declarations to be made in accordance with these Regulations, the Director, the Controller or the Legal Metrology Specialist shall: [(a) The reservation to rule 5 shall cease to apply as from 1. November 2012.] According to clause 6(1)(a) of these rules, packaged goods must contain the name and address of the manufacturer in India.

If the manufacturer in India and the packer of the product in India are two separate entities, the name and address of the packer and the manufacturer must be indicated on the product label. If the products are imported, the name and address of the importer and manufacturer must be provided. (e) `maximum defect` means, in respect of the quantity contained in a single package, a defect in error which, subject to the provisions of this Regulation, does not exceed the limits laid down in the first Annex; Under the aegis of the Department of Public Consumption, Food and Distribution, the Directorate of Legal Metrology is constituted as a separate wing in India. Rules, compliances and standards are enforced under the law and rules of legal metrology through the headquarters in New Delhi, from where they are delegated to the respective states to ensure effective and continuous compliance with laws and rules. (i) in the case of an applicant for prepackaged or imported goods on the day on which these Regulations come into force, within ninety days after these Regulations come into force; or (c) penalties, forfeitures or penalties imposed in connection with a violation of these Rules; or (d) any investigation, legal proceeding or remedy with respect to such rights, privileges, obligations, liabilities, penalties, forfeitures or penalties mentioned above. Legal Metrology Rules (Packaged Products), 2011 According to the Legal Metrology Rules for Packaged Products, 2011, the most important aspect is to understand the SCOPE of a packaged or prepackaged good. (iii) the Director, Controller or Legal Metrology Officer has reason to believe that a package or label affixed to the package does not bear all or part of the declarations required by these Regulations. Those rules shall oblige the combined products referred to in Article 6(1)(c) to indicate the net quantity for the individual products. In the case of a combination product or series of products sold as a single product, the name of the product and the quantity of each product must be indicated on the label. (o) `timetable` means a timetable annexed to this Regulation; The objective of the Packaged Products Regulations is to ensure consistency of labels in accordance with the standards and rules set out in these rules for products imported or manufactured in India to protect the interests of consumers. Many important label declarations have become mandatory for all product categories under these regulations.

(g) all other aspects provided for in this Regulation: At the same time, there are provisions in the regulations that indicate whether someone wants to increase the MRP once it has been declared. (a) earlier acts of those rules or any act or omitte; or Published empty Notification New Delhi, 7 March 2011 Many products such as beauty and cosmetics, baby food, weaning foods, biscuits, bread without rolls, cereals and legumes, coffee, tea, all materials that can be called drinks, cooking oils, ghee Vanaspati, butter oil, milk powder, detergent (powder), rice flour (powder), atta, rava and suji, salt, soaps including laundry soap, non-soapy pieces and cakes, All kinds of toilet bath soaps (wedges), soft drinks, soft drinks, mineral water and drinking water, cement in bags, paint and varnish, etc.