CONSUMER-PROTECTION LAW

CONSUMER-PROTECTION LAW

consumer-protection law. A state or federal statute designed to protect consumers against unfair trade and credit practices involving consumer goods, as well as to protect consumers against faulty and dangerous goods. [Cases: Consumer Credit 1; Consumer Protection

2. C.J.S. Credit Reporting Agencies; Consumer Protection ¡ì¡ì 24, 27, 33, 35, 37¨C39; Interest and Usury; Consumer Credit ¡ì 274.]


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