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Section 19 – The Standards of Weights and Measures Act,1976

The Standards of Weights and Measures Act,1976

Section 19. Power to Central Government to prescribe physical characteristics, etc., of weights and measures

(1) The Central Government shall, in relation to any weight or measure, prescribe the physical characteristics, configuration, constructional details, materials, equipment, performance, tolerances, methods or procedures of tests in accordance with the recommendations made by the International Organization of Legal Metrology:

Provided that where no such recommendations has been made, the Central Government shall prescribe such physical characteristics, configuration, constructional details, materials, equipment, performance, tolerances, methods or procedures of tests in relation of any weight or measure as it may think fit.

(2)Where it is not reasonably practicable to give effect to any recommendation made by the International Organization of Legal Metrology, the Central Government may make such charges of a minor nature in the recommendation of the International Organization of Legal Metrology as may appear to it to be necessary.

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