Consumer law and practice

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After a careful analysis of the 1975 legislative histories of both CPLR Article 9 and the amendments to GBL 340 [ adding � treble damages provision and... costs and attorneys fees � ], the Court concluded that when � Read together, we conclude that Donnelly Act threefold damages should be regarded as a penalty insofar as class actions are concerned... The number of illegal actions taken by credit bureaus, collection agencies, auto dealerships and credit card companies is staggering.

Pages: 368

Publisher: Sweet and Maxwell (1980)

ISBN: 042123640X

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Auctions A display of goods at an auction is an invitation to treat. Each bid is an offer and lapses when a higher bid is made. Acceptance is indicated by the drop of the hammer. Until the hammer drops the bidder can revoke his offer, by withdrawing the bid, and the seller may withdraw his goods (Sale of Goods Act 1979 s. 57(2)) Consumer Warranty Law 2010: Includes 2013 Supplement and Website. While, at least, one Court has found that only the Attorney General may enforce a violation of GBL 359-fff [cdix], other Courts have found that GBL 359-fff gives consumers a private right of action [cdx], a violation of which also constitutes a per se violation of GBL 349 which provides for treble damages, attorneys fees and costs [cdxi]. [A] Consumer Contract Type Size: C pdf. On the expiration of his term, the Administrator shall continue in office until he is reappointed or his successor is appointed and qualifies. Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court (Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court. National Edition). Contractual capacity Children are protected under the Age of Legal Capacity (Scotland) Act 1995. Children under 16 have no contractual capacity except for “reasonable transactions” (relative to age etc.). Children aged 16 and 17 have full capacity, but any transaction that causes them “substantial prejudice” may be set aside by the court – and they have until they are 21 to do so. “Substantial prejudice” means that a sensible adult would not have entered into the transaction Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court (Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court. National Edition). There is a national minimum wage which goes up from time to time, and employers can be forced to adhere to this. HMRC will enforce this, as may employees who “shop” their employers. Working Hours The Working Hours Regulations 1998 prevent workers working more than 48 hours per seven day period unless they are domestic servants, workers who can determine their own hours (i.e. generally those in the professions) or where the worker has agreed in writing to work longer hours epub. A finding of one producing cause does not bar recovery if other conduct of the defendant not the subject of a defensive finding under Subdivision (1), (2), or (3) of Subsection (a) of Section 17.506 above was a producing cause of damages of the plaintiff. (c) In a suit where a defense is asserted under Subdivision (2) of Subsection (a) of Section 17.506 above, suit may be asserted against the third party supplying the written information without regard to privity where the third party knew or should have reasonably foreseen that the information would be provided to a consumer; provided no double recovery may result. (d) In an action brought under Section 17.50 of this subchapter, it is a defense to a cause of action if the defendant proves that he received notice from the consumer advising the defendant of the nature of the consumer's specific complaint and of the amount of economic damages, damages for mental anguish, and expenses, including attorneys' fees, if any, reasonably incurred by the consumer in asserting the claim against the defendant, and that within 30 days after the day on which the defendant received the notice the defendant tendered to the consumer: (1) the amount of economic damages and damages for mental anguish claimed; and (2) the expenses, including attorneys' fees, if any, reasonably incurred by the consumer in asserting the claim against the defendant Consumer law and practice online.