Consumer protection Laws

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Sale of Goods Act
-All products have to be of satisfactory quality, they have to be safe and fit for intended purpose, they have to last for a reasonable amount of time with no faults.
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Trade Description Act
-Businesses must not: give false or misleading information about products, market fake designer goods and all advertisments and lables must be truthful.
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Consumer Credit Act
This protects you when you borrow or buy on credit.
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Weights and Measures Act
All products have to have correct, specific weights and measures labelled on them.
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Consumer protection Acts
Controls the advertising of prices of goods, all goods in sale must have been sold at the higher price for at least 28 days. If a consumer is harmed by any fualty goods they can claim damages from the business
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-Businesses must not: give false or misleading information about products, market fake designer goods and all advertisments and lables must be truthful.

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Trade Description Act

Card 3

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This protects you when you borrow or buy on credit.

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Card 4

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All products have to have correct, specific weights and measures labelled on them.

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Card 5

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Controls the advertising of prices of goods, all goods in sale must have been sold at the higher price for at least 28 days. If a consumer is harmed by any fualty goods they can claim damages from the business

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