consumer protection

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Related to Consumer law: Consumer protection, Consumer rights
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consumer protection

ntutela dei consumatori
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One lead trainer per Member State, selected for knowledge in consumer law and experience in adult training, educates local trainers (e.g.
Online spare parts retailer Big Warehouse has paid a $12,600 penalty after the ACCC issued an infringement notice against the company for allegedly breaching the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) by misleading a consumer about their consumer guarantee rights in relation to spare parts they had ordered.
The government announced that it will consult on giving the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) some new powers to decide itself whether consumer law has been broken.
MPs say music and sport must not buy tickets from a website which has listed Newcastle gig tickets for seven times their face value until it 'fully complies with consumer law'
24 of 2006 in respect of Protection of Consumers (the 'Consumer Law') protects and safeguards the interest of consumers in the UAE.
He also said that a new consumer law, which is being formulated by the Consumer ministry would cover data protection and data privacy vis a vis service providers.
Currently, EU consumer authorities can only levy small fines and some lack power to sanction companies at all for breaking consumer law.
Beyond that, his expertise in consumer law helped to shore up the legal aid agency's budget.
By Martin Shaw Assistant News Editor martin.shaw@examiner.co.uk THE University of Huddersfield has threatened legal action after a watchdog body accused them of breaching consumer law.
THREE in four universities are breaching consumer law by failing to provide prospective students with vital information on their websites such as information about tuition fees and the contact hours they will have with staff, according to a report.
This year's Christmas shoppers have something extra to think about, as October 1 sees the biggest change in consumer law in a very long time.
A spokesman for the CMA said: "In its investigation the CMA found examples of pricing and promotional practices that have the potential to confuse or mislead consumers and which could be in breach of consumer law.

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