• At all time, the rightful owner of the halal certificate shall be HCB and it shall be returned to as and when deemed necessary by HCB
  • The client must always fulfil the certification requirements set by HCB in order to maintain the halal certification including implementing appropriate changes when they are communicated by the Halal Certification Body.
  • If the client provides copies of the certification documents to others, the documents shall be reproduced in their entirety
  • In making reference to product certification in communication media such as documents, brochures or advertising, the client shall submit to the HCB a copy for vetting and comply with the HCB requirements.
  • Incorrect references to the certification scheme, or misleading use of licenses, certificates, marks, or any other mechanism for indicating a product is certified, found in documentation or other publicity must be avoided
  • The use and display of licenses, Halal certificates and Halal marks of conformity shall be prominent, only per the approved ones and in entirety
  • Halal certificate owners who failed to renew their Halal certificates will not be allowed to use the Halal mark at the premises or on the manufactured Halal products/services or inside the grocery shop or supermarkets corridors
  • The certificate holder shall not reproduce the granted Halal certificate in part and/or in a way that would hinder the legibility, nor shall tamper with the original copies or photocopies of the Halal certificate. He shall not translate the certificate and/or test reports in other languages without the control and consent of HCB.
  • Upon suspension, withdrawal, or termination of certification, the client must discontinue its use of all advertising matter that contains any reference thereto and takes action as required by the certification scheme (e.g. the return of certification documents) and takes any other required measure.