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A. With regard to food, fuel, clothing, or any other service or commodity, it shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to:
1. Sell, offer, or expose for sale any food, fuel, clothing, or any other commodity which does not weigh or measure fully as much, according to standard weights or measures of the State of Oklahoma, as the weight or measure for which it is sold or offered for sale, or in a quantity less than the quantity represented; or
2. Take more than the represented weight or quantity when, as a buyer, the person furnishes the weight or measure by means of which the quantity is determined; or
3. Represent the weight or quantity in any manner calculated or tending to mislead or in any way deceive another person; or
4. Misrepresent the price of any commodity or service sold, offered, exposed, or advertised for sale by weight, measure, or count, or represent the price in any manner calculated or tending to mislead or in any way deceive a person.
B. It shall be unlawful for a store to charge a retail price for any consumer item which exceeds the lowest then price in that store, whether a shelf, sale, advertised, or otherwise publicly communicated price, of the consumer item. (2007 Code § 5-62; amd. 2019 Code)