Restaurant Association moves Delhi High Court challenging restriction on adding service charge by default in food bill

The plea contended that there is no law which disallows restaurants from levying service charge and, hence, the Central Consumer Protection Authority could not have laid down such stipulations.

The National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) has moved the Delhi High Court challenging the guidelines issued by the Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) on July 4 stipulating that hotels or restaurant should not add service charge automatically or by default to food bills [NRAI & Ors. vs. UOI & Ors.].

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