Section 28 in The Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014

Title: Penalty for contraventions.

Description: If any street vendor— (a) indulges in vending activities without a certificate of vending; (b) contravenes the terms of certificate of vending; or (c) contravenes any other terms and conditions specified for the purpose of regulating street vending under this Act or any rules or schemes made thereunder, he shall be liable to a penalty for each such offence which may extend up to rupees two thousand as may be determined by the local authority

Title: Provisions of this Act, not to be construed as conferring ownership rights, etc.

Description: (1) Nothing contained in this Act shall be construed as conferring upon a street vendor any temporary, permanent or perpetual right of carrying out vending activities in the vending zones allotted to him or in respect of any place on which he carries on such vending activity. (2) Nothing contained in sub-section (1) shall apply to any stationery vendor, if a temporary leasehold or ownership right has been conferred on him by a lease deed or otherwise, in respect of a place at specific location where he carries on such vending activity in accordance with the provisions of any law for the time being in force for carrying out such vending activity.

Title: Returns

Description: Every Town Vending Committee shall furnish, from time to time, to the appropriate Government and the local authority such returns as may be prescribed.

Title: Promotional measures.

Description: The appropriate Government may, in consultation with the Town Vending Committee, local authority, planning authority and street vendors associations or unions, promotional measures of making available credit, insurance and other welfare schemes of social security for the street vendors.

Title: Research, training and awareness.

Description: The appropriate Government may, to the extent of availability of financial and other resources,— (a) organise capacity building programmes to enable the street vendors to exercise the rights contemplated under this Act; (b) undertake research, education and training programmes to advance knowledge and understanding of the role of the informal sector in the economy, in general and the street vendors, in particular and to raise awareness among the public through Town Vending Committee.

The Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014