2009 New Jersey Code
56:12-5. Nonliability conditions
TITLE 56 - TRADE NAMES, TRADE-MARKS AND UNFAIR TRADE PRACTICES
56:12-5 - Nonliability conditions
There shall be no liability under sections 3 and 4 if: a. both parties to the contract have performed their obligations under the contract, b. the creditor, seller, insurer or lessor attempts in good faith to comply with this act in preparing the consumer contract, c. the contract is in conformity with a rule, regulation, or the opinion or interpretation of the Attorney General or the Commissioner of Insurance, in regard to contracts of insurance provided for in subsection c. of section 1 of this act (C. 56:12-1c.), or d. the consumer supplied the contract or the portion of the contract to which the consumer objects.
L.1980, c. 125, s. 5, eff. Oct. 16, 1980. Amended by L.1981, c. 464, s. 5; L.1982, c. 88, s. 2, eff. July 23, 1982.
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