Trade practice and consumer protection proclamation No.685/2010


52. SERVICE FEES
1) Any person other than government organ shall pay service fee when instituting action at the Authority, concerning the violations of provisions of Part Two of this Proclamation.
2) The tariff shall be prescribed by the Council of Ministers.
53. APPEAL
Any person aggrieved by adjudicative decision of the Authority may appeal to the Federal High Court with in sixty days from the date of the decision of the Authority.
54. BUDGET
The government shall allocate the budget of the Authority.
55. POWER TO ISSUE REGULATION AND DIRECTIVE
1) The Council of Ministers may issue regulation to implement this Proclamation.
2)The Ministry may issue public notice to implement this Proclamation and the regulation to be issued pursuant to this Proclamation.
56. TRANSITORY PROVISIONS
Public notices issued pursuant to Trade Practice Proclamation № 329/2003 shall be implemented until they are replaced by public notices to be issued pursuant to this Proclamation.
57. REPEALED LAWS
1/ Trade Practice Proclamation № 329/2003 is hereby repealed and replaced by this Proclamation.
2/ No other law or customary practice that is inconsistent with this Proclamation shall have effect with respect to matters provided for in this Proclamation.
58. Effective Date
This Proclamation shall enter into force up on the date of publication in the Federal Negarit Gazeta.
Done at Addis Ababa, this 16th day of August, 2010
GIRMA WOLDEGIORGIS
PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF ETHIOPIA

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