_GCP_1,000 fine for higher sale prices

December 1998
Cabinet Maker;12/18/98, Issue 5119, p2
Trade Publication
States that Hereford, England-based Casa Furnishings has been fined 1,000 British pound (BP) and ordered to pay costs of 600 BP after prosecuted by the city's Trading Standards for charging higher prices during a sale. Amount of fine charged against Casa's owners Shaun Williams and Richard Chambers.


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