Requirement to chargeE+W+N.I.
[F2(a)at a place where goods are sold, for the purpose of enabling goods to be taken away, or]
[F2at the place where the goods are sold, for the purpose of enabling the goods to be taken away, or]
[F2(b)for the purpose of enabling goods to be delivered.]
[F2for the purpose of enabling the goods to be delivered.]
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