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Court rules there should be no 10% tip charge on take out

The Superior Administrative Court, in charge of reviewing government decisions, determined that companies can charge 10% tip for delivery services, but not so for take out.

The National Hotel & Tourism Association (Asonahores) had requested the opinion after the ProConsumidor consumer defense agency had banned companies from charging the 10% on delivery and take out orders. In order DE-01-17 dated 3 January 2017, Pro Consumidor had eliminated the 10% charge in the cases the client did not consume the goods in the business. Asonahores had explained that the 10% is distributed among all the staff that works in the service business.

Source: DR1, Eldia

July 27, 2017

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