To be eligible to attach the certificate, an enterprise must meet the following conditions:
(a) It must offer for sale only Indian-made genuine handicraft products, i.e., objects produced by Indian craftsmen with the help of only such devices as allow the manual skill of the maker to condition the shape and design of each individual product.
(b) It must be entirely Indian owned and organized either by individual Indians or by groups of Indians.
(c) It must agree to apply certificates of genuineness only to such products as meet the standards of quality prescribed by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board at the time of the application of the enterprise for the privilege of attaching the certificate.
(d) It must agree to obtain the approval of the Indian Arts and Crafts Board as to the manner of production of the certificates.
Title 25 published on 2011-04-01
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