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  • George100
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    Thanks guy's and gal's, point is clear now

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  • Betty3
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    Good point, cbg, OP did ask about laws.

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  • cbg
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    To be clear, I wondered if there were any laws giving an individual the right to lawfully insist the establishment be closed.

    No. There are not.

    I hope that the answer to your question is now clear.

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  • Betty3
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    Agree, a customer can file a complaint but it would be up to the agcy. doing the investigation whether to close the store or not. (The investigating agcy. decides what action if any to take.)

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  • CarynG
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    They can insist all they want, but the agency investigating makes the determination as to whether fines will be levied or whether the store will be closed.

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  • George100
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    How much pull does the law give one individual in this case?

    You make perfect sence however, I wondered if that person submitting the claim could insist the establishment be closed. To be clear, I wondered if there were any laws giving an individual the right to lawfully insist the establishment be closed. Kind of like an individual filling a tresspassing warrant, then the police would act acording to the law....

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  • Marketeer
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    A customer can certainly complain to a state or local agency. It would the agency's decision to close an establishment for violations of laws or codes.

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  • George100
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    General job security Florida

    My friend works in a retail setting. She is very hard working, also very precise with her inventory. The scenerio is a woman came in and apparently found out of dates (by a day) in her department. She went right to the state with what she claimed she found. My question is can just a costomer have a store shut down or fined?.. The reason I ask this is, there really is no way to prove that the product she had came from my friends department. In reality, a recipt proves nothing in my opinion. The state DID come in and inspect, with NO results. Am I correct in thinking; the STATE, not a costomer could have a store shut down?? There are very nasty peole sometimes, that would love a lawsuit, that is my eperience from 12 years retail work...
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