What obligations does a seller of products in China have?
The Product Quality Law imposes a number of obligations such as: 1. To implement a system to verify product quality using certificates and marks. 2. Adopt measures for maintaining product quality. 3. Not to sell expired or deteriorated products. 4. To ensure that the marks on the products comply with the law. 5. Not to falsify place of origin or pass of another party's factory name or quality or famous marks. 6. Not to mix improper elements with the products or to pass off false products as genuine. In addition the Consumer Protection Law imposes further obligations, such as: 1. Ensuring that the products are in conformity with personal and property safety standards. 2. To provide accurate information about the products to consumers and not make misleading advertisements. 3. To ensure reasonable quality, function etc. of the products. 4. To ensure that the quality of the product is consistent with what is indicated in advertisements.