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Delhi judicature restrains e-commerce companies from commerce direct sellers' merchandise while not consent

The city judicature has restrained e-commerce majors like Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal from commerce health and sweetness merchandise of direct sellers Amway, Modicare and Oriflame, while not their consent.

The interim direction by Justice Pratibha M Singh came on the pleas of the 3 direct sellers alleging that merchandise beneath their brands were being sold on the e-commerce platforms at cheaper rates leading to monetary losses to them.They conjointly raised apprehension that the products is also tampered with or counterfeited.The court determined that in line with the report submitted by native commissioners WHO inspected the warehouses of the e-commerce platforms, conjointly together with 1MG and healthkart, the conditions of the products had been modified.

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