N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 19 § 224.1 - Purpose and scope

Oversight and enforcement. It is the responsibility of the New York State Department of State (Department) to:

(a) enforce the provisions of article 28-E of the General Business Law, the Children's Product Safety and Recall Effectiveness act of 2008, to enhance the safety of the marketplace for children under the age of 12;
(b) set requirements for children's and durable juvenile products, which shall include:
(1) labeling standards;
(2) product recall and warning notification requirements;
(3) removal and disposal of recalled products from the marketplace; and
(4) recordkeeping and reporting requirements; and
(c) distinguish which requirements apply to the various affected entities within the children's and durable juvenile products marketplace. The affected and defined entities include retailers, operators of websites that act as a platform to facilitate competitive bidding between third parties for the sale or resale of such products, secondhand dealers, and commercial dealers, which includes manufacturers, remanufacturers, retrofitters, distributors, importers or wholesalers.


N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 19 § 224.1
Renumbered from 4607.1 of title 21 New York State Register May 2, 2018/Volume XL, Issue 18, eff. 5/2/2018

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