Mussanah first instance court issued a ruling against an expat worker who sold defective tyres and punished him with three months prison sentence and ordered him to pay the expenses of the public lawsuit.
In a statement, PACP said, the man was also obliged to pay the defendant for the defective tyres and the expenses of a tyre expert.
The worker violated Article 25 of the Consumer Protection Law promulgated by Royal Decree No. 66/2014 that states that the supplier shall take back the commodity and return the value or replace it or repair it without compensation, in case the consumer finds a defect in it, PACP said.
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