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Contents (2008 - 49)
Retail Trading Act 2008 No 49
Current version for 14 January 2018 to date (accessed 19 June 2018 at 18:31)
Part 4 Section 18
18   Evidence that shop is not closed
In any proceedings for an offence against this Act, a shop is taken not to have been closed at a time at which it is proved that:
(a)  goods were sold or offered or exposed for sale at the shop, or
(b)  goods were available for inspection by persons within the shop, or
(c)  goods that had previously been sold or ordered were delivered or were available for delivery at the shop to the person who bought or ordered them or to some other person on behalf of that person, or
(d)  orders for goods were received by a person in attendance at the shop, or
(e)  goods were received, or unpacked or otherwise prepared, at the shop for sale at the shop, or
(f)  stocktaking was carried out at the shop in respect of goods offered or exposed for sale at the shop.