cooling-off

Translations

cooling-off

n (in relationship etc) → Abkühlung f; there’s been a distinct cooling-off (of interest) about this projectdas Interesse an diesem Projekt hat merklich nachgelassen
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THE OPTICAL Confederation (OC) has released updated guidance regarding the cooling-off period relating to distance and off-premises contracts.
In most doorstep sales, you get the right to cancel, that is a cooling-off period, if you buy or sign up for something worth more than PS35.
TA) has announced that it has enhanced terms of the cooling-off period for CEO Galia Maor.
Yesterday (12 May 2010) ALPA announced that the Spirit pilots it represents confirmed that they have a 30 day cooling-off period.
If you decide to have the work done or to receive goods within the seven day cooling-off period, you should sign your written agreement to accept.
The Cancellations of Contracts Made in a Consumer's Home or Place of Work Regulations 2008 extends cooling-off periods and consumer's cancellation rights.
These sharks exploit a loophole which means that there's no cooling-off period if you buy from a sales rep who's made an appointment to visit you at home.
OTE members must provide a cooling-off period of 15 days, while the EU Timeshare Directive provides a minimum 10-day cooling-off period, in which it is permitted to change your mind and get your money back.
The Car Buyer's Bill of Rights, authored by Assemblywoman Cindy Montanez, D-San Fernando, would allow used-car buyers to have a two-day cooling-off period in which they could return a vehicle for any reason.
A Tyneside MP has called for a cooling-off period in a bitter war of words over the future of a community centre.
We have had to take a bit of time out and have a bit of a cooling-off period," said Klass.
If you sign a timeshare contract in the UK you have a cooling-off period of 14 days in which you can cancel the contract.