Casual Trader Law and Legal Definition

In common parlance, a casual trader refers to a person who makes occasional sales of goods, in his/her own state or in some other state. Casual trader also means a person who whether as principal, agent or in any other capacity undertakes occasional transactions in the nature of business involving buying, selling, supply or distribution of goods or conducting any exhibition-cum sale whether for cash, deferred payment, commission, remuneration or other valuable consideration.