How to File for Divorce in Pennsylvania: With Forms

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For cards that were sold before December 1, 2012, no dormancy fees until after at least two years of inactivity. Everyday of our lives we consume, use, or simply come into contact with countless different products. Does not cover prepaid telephone cards, promotional or rewards cards, cards linked to bank accounts, or cards usable with multiple unaffiliated merchants. PENALTY. (a) A person commits an offense if the person: (1) conducts a sale in violation of Section 17.82 of this code; (2) conducts a going out of business sale without a valid permit issued under Section 17.84 of this code; (3) sells an item at a going out of business sale in violation of Section 17.85 of this code; (4) fails to file an inventory required by Section 17.86 or 17.87 of this code; or (5) sells an item at retail in violation of Section 17.88 of this code. (b) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor. (c) Each day of violation constitutes a separate offense.

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Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc; 1st edition (November 1997)

ISBN: 1570711771

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(s) "Consumer transaction" means (1) (i) a sale, lease, assignment, award by chance, or other disposition of consumer products, including chattels that are intended to be affixed to land, or of services, or of any right, title, or interest therein, except securities as defined in the Securities Act and contracts of insurance under the Insurance Code, or (ii) a grant of provision of credit to a consumer for purposes that are primarily personal, family, household or agricultural, or (2) a solicitation or promotion by a supplier with respect to a transaction referred to in clause (1). (t) "Corrosive" means any substance which on contact with living tissue will cause destruction of tissue by chemical action. 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