PRC Consumer Protection Law (Practical Edition) (Paperback)

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I have seen many a president of the State Commission sitting in the chamber of the secretary, especially when s/he is a retired high court judge. State laws vary, but they can provide further protections such as: longer expiration dates, or no expiration dates; fewer or no fees; more disclosures; and, in a few states, the right to redeem the gift card for cash. Consumer transactions such as buying, selling and returning goods are regulated at both the state and federal levels.

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