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The Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014

(No. 7 of 2014)

[4th March, 2014]

Contents
Sections Particulars
Chapter I Preliminary
1 Short title, extent, commencement and provisions
2 Definitions
Chapter II Regulation of Street Vending
3 Survey of street vendors and protection from eviction or relocation
4 Issue of certificate of vending
5 Conditions for issue of certificate of vending
6 Categories of certificate of vending and issue of identity cards
7 Criteria for issuing certificate of vending
8 Vending fees
9 Validity and renewal of certificate of vending
10 Cancellation or suspension of certificate of vending
11 Appeal from decision of Town Vending Committee
Chapter III Rights and Obligations of Street Vendors
12 Rights of street vendor
13 Right of street vendor for a new site or area on relocation
14 Duty of street vendors
15 Maintenance of cleanliness and public hygiene
16 Maintenance of civic amenities in vending zone in good condition
17 Payment of maintenance charges
Chapter IV Relocation and Eviction of Street Vendors
18 Relocation or eviction of street vendors
19 Seizure and reclaiming of goods
Chapter V Dispute Redressal Mechanism
20 Redressal of grievances or resolution of disputes of street vendors
Chapter VI Plan for Street Vending
21 Plan for street vending
Chapter VII Town Vending Committee
22 Town Vending Committee
23 Meetings of Town Vending Committee
24 Temporary association of persons with Town Vending Committee for particular purposes
25 Office space and other employees for Town Vending Committee
26 Publication of street vendorís charter and data-base and carrying out of social audit
Chapter VIII Prevention of Harassment of Street Vendors
27 Prevention of harassment by police and other authorities
Chapter IX Penal Provisions
28 Penalty for contraventions
Chapter X Miscellaneous
29 Provisions of this Act, not to be construed as conferring ownership rights, etc.
30 Returns
31 Promotional measures
32 Research, training and awareness
33 Act to have overriding effect
34 Powers to delegate
35 Power to amend Schedules
36 Power to make rules
37 Power to make byelaws
38 Scheme for street vendors
39 Power to remove difficulties
Schedules  
  First Schedule
  Second Schedule

An Act to protect the rights of urban street vendors and to regulate street vending activities and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

BE it enacted by Parliament in the Sixty-fifth Year of the Republic of India as follows:-



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