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Is there a law against having electrical appliances in my store?

Question Details: The manager of the shopping bazaar in which my store is located recently said that business owners are not allowed to have electrical appliances (e.g. small refrigerator, microwave, coffee makers, etc.). If we as business owners do not remove them from our stores we will be fined $50. I use these appliances for personal use, and do not see why I should remove them. However, I do want to know if the manager is in the right, and whether I should comply to this rule.

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