This law, which is enforceable only during declared "emergencies," limits third-party food delivery service fees and requires third-party food delivery service to honor requests from food establishment to opt out of future deliveries when there is no existing contract between the third-party food delivery service and the food establishment. The law provides that "any person or entity that violates any provision of this Chapter during a Declared Emergency shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine of not less than one hundred dollars ($100.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00) for each offense."
See, e.g., "COVID-19" language. § 90-60-010.
See e.g., language implying exemptions for local business such as "Third-Party Food Delivery Service shall not include a Food Establishment that provides its own delivery service not used by any other Food Establishment." § 9.60.010.