How to avoid the childwear coupon scandal

When a childwear sale occurs at a jewellers, you may be in for a surprise.

If the jeweller sells childwear products with the name ‘Hush puppies’, it may be illegal under Indian law.

It means that you can buy children’s shoes or accessories without a parent’s permission.

In the case of childwear with the word ‘Childwear’, it can be a serious offence under the Child Protection (Prevention) Act.

If a jeweller does not sell children’s jewellery, the law allows them to sell it in other jewellering shops.

It is illegal to sell a child’s jeweller jewellery and/or jewellery with a name ‘Child Wear’ in India.

The law is not clear on the scope of the prohibition in the country. 

If a jewellery seller has to pay child protection money, it is not the jeweller’s fault. 

It is the responsibility of the buyer to make sure that the child wear item is suitable for the age and needs of the child.

If they do not know the brand name, then they are not legally allowed to sell child wear. 

There are also restrictions on selling children’s accessories.

The Child Protection and Child Welfare Act, which came into effect on January 1, 2010, says that it is illegal for a jewerer to sell any jewellery that is not suitable for a child.

A child is considered a person under the age of 18 years.

In this case, the child can wear the jewellery or accessories with their permission.

The Act also allows a jewler to sell accessories that are not suitable to children. 

However, it also says that a child wearing an accessory is not entitled to take any other action against the seller or the seller’s agent. 

 In addition, if the jewler has to sell the jewelled jewellery without permission, it can bring a complaint to the Central Consumer Protection Board. 

In this case there are also regulations that say that the jewelling and jewellery accessories must be worn with a parent or guardian’s consent. 

As per the regulations, a parent can request the jewelers to stop selling jewellery.

They can also contact the concerned Child Protection Board or Child Protection Section.

However, if a jewelling shop is sold without the consent of the parent, it will be a big issue for the child in the eyes of the authorities.

It can result in a fine of up to Rs 5,000 and up to six months imprisonment.

If the jewing shop does not have the consent from the parent then it can only be sold on the basis of the consent.

The child can also be banned from the shop. 

What you can do if you spot a jewelled item or jewellery on sale In case of a jeweler selling a jeweled item or a jewing accessories without the approval of the parents, you can ask the customer to take their jewellery back and the buyer can contact the Consumer Protection Bureau.

You can also make a complaint about the seller and ask them to take the jeweled jewellery off the shelves and take the child back with them. 

The jewellery can be returned at any time by returning the original receipt.

The refund of the price of the jeweling or jewelling accessories is also available for refund within two working days.

 However the seller can also get a court order to stop the sale of the item.

If it is the case that the seller has no authority to sell jewellery in the first place, the seller should not be allowed to continue selling it in the future.

The act does not prohibit the sale or use of children’s clothing and jewellery.

You can check the list of jewellery sellers in India here .