- Legal Metrology
Legal Metrology ensures the orderly conduct of commerce and the protection of consumers and other participants in the market for goods and services by ensuring equity and correctness in trade transactions based on measurements of quantity, and that products are correctly labeled.
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- Legal Metrology

Government is responsible for ensuring the orderly conduct of commerce, the protection of all participants in the market for goods and services and protection of consumers by ensuring equity and correctness in all trade based on measurements of quantity as a basis for the transaction, and that products are correctly labelled.

Legal Metrology is responsible for the implementation of the requirements of the Trade Metrology Act, 1973 and Regulations.
 
NRCS has regional Legal Metrology offices in Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, Port Elizabeth, and Bloemfontein. Staff at all offices is qualified to undertake inspections under the Trade Metrology Act.

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