2006 New York Code - Consumer Protection From Deceptive Acts And Practices



 
                                ARTICLE 22-A
            CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM DECEPTIVE ACTS AND PRACTICES
  Section  349.      Deceptive acts and practices unlawful.
           349-a.    Observant consumer protection law.
           349-b.    Residential telephone equipment advertising, sale and
                       warranty requirements.
           349-c.    Additional  civil penalty for consumer frauds against
                       elderly persons.
           350.      False advertising unlawful.
           350-a.    False advertising.
           350-b.    Disclosures  required  in  advertisements  using  the
                       title "doctor".
           350-c.    Notice of proposed action.
           350-d.    Civil penalty.
           350-e.    Construction.
           350-f.    Exceptions.
           350-f-1.  After-the-fact referral fees.

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