A primary court at Al Buraimi issued a number of rulings against violators; the first ruling was against a seller who offered expired items for sale. The goods were confiscated, the seller fined RO200. The second ruling was against a violator who didn’t deliver the service properly.
The Public Authority for Consumer Protection (PACP) and Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI)asserted the importance of close cooperation and joint efforts in cases and issues related to consumer and trader, at the meeting which was held at the premises of PACP between HE Dr Khamees Al Kaabi,
The Public Authority for Consumer Protection at Barka held a number of lectures and events at some schools, commercial centers and mosques, in line with the efforts done for more welfare and safety of consumer.
A primary court at Ibri issued 5 rulings against people who violated the Law of Consumer Protection who referred by the Public Authority for Consumer Protection at Al Dhaherah Governorate. The Publi Prosecution at Ibri issued a number of penalties against violators who were fined an amount of RO1400.
A primary court at the Wilayat of Al Kamel Wa Al Wafi issued two rulings against a group of people who violated The Law of Consumer Protection; after the officials caught them offering expired goods and products for sale at Sur. Goods were confiscated, and the violators were fined RO 400 each.
In line with the efforts done by the Public Authority for Consumer Protection at Al Rustaq, a primary court issued a total of 27 rulings against people who violated the Law of Consumer Protection. The violators were fined a total of RO 9150; and compensations of RO 4520.