Art. 125. Declaration of Policy. - The State shall cause the accreditation of repair and service
firms or establishments and their technical personnel in order to protect the interest of the consumers availing of their
Art. 126. Implementing Agency. - The Department
of Trade and Industry, hereby referred to as the Department, shall enforce the provisions of this Chapter.
127. Minimum Requirements for Accreditation. - The following shall be the minimum
requirements for accreditation or repair and service firms:
the duly registered business name, firm name or style of the firm; chanrobles law
(b) date of issue and effectivity of the certificate of accreditation;
(c) number and
skills of technical personnel; and
(d) required license for the repair or servicing of any consumer product
as required by special laws.
Art. 128. Accreditation of Repair and Service Firm. - No person shall operate a repair and service
firm or act as technical personnel therein without first being accredited by the Department.
129. Certification of Accreditation. - Upon compliance with the requirements for accreditation, the Department
shall issue the corresponding certificate of accreditation. A separate certificate shall be required for each branch of an
enterprise located in areas outside of the main office. However, with respect to repair and service centers of factory authorized
representatives of franchised dealers, such centers may display a certified true copy of the certificate of accreditation
of the parent company.
Art. 130. Suspension, Revocation or Cancellation of Certification of Accreditation.
- Any certificate of accreditation may be suspended, revoked or cancelled by the Department, for cause, after due notice and