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Dining Contracts

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Chapter Summary

This chapter contains 9 articles on dining contracts. The presented articles are: definition of dining contract, limitation to the dining service operator's refusing to accept the offer, dining service fee, quality of dining service, replacement of dining product and dining ware, Personal safety of customer, property safety of customer, payment of dining fee and application of law. The dining service operator shall provide dining service that is equivalent to its price and advertisement. The quality, quantity and hygiene of the dining products shall conform to national standards. If there is no national standard, it shall conform to industry standards. If there is no national or industry standard, it shall conform to local general standards. The dining fee shall be paid after the dining service, unless it is otherwise agreed upon or there is a custom.

Keywords: dining contracts; dining service operator's



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