A Study on Analysing the Regulatory Challenges Surrounding Mumbai's Chor Bazaar Legality

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Sujaya H.
Kavyashree K.
Meghana Salins


Purpose: The “Chor Bazaar” is the one of the biggest flea market in the country and also a major destination for the tourist. The purpose of this study is to examine the regulatory hurdles and governance complexities inherent in the operation of Mumbai's “Chor Bazaar”.

Design: The study includes the secondary data, with related literatures. This literature highlights various issues pertaining to the regulatory challenges surrounding Mumbai's Chor Bazaar legality and data is obtained from various case studies, reviews of literature, journals and internet sources.

Findings: Chor Bazaar has faced crackdown by authorities periodically to curb the sale of stolen goods and setting regulations. But today the “Chor Bazzar” now continues to thrive as one of the Mumbai’s landmarks embedded with city resilience vibrant culture and entrepreneurship.

Originality/Value: Legality of many items sold here remains dubious, raising concerns about the market's compliance with regulations governing stolen property and intellectual property rights.

Paper type: Case Study

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Sujaya H., Kavyashree K., & Meghana Salins. (2024). A Study on Analysing the Regulatory Challenges Surrounding Mumbai’s Chor Bazaar Legality. International Journal of Management, Technology and Social Sciences (IJMTS), 9(2), 149–155. https://doi.org/10.47992/IJMTS.2581.6012.0350

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