Unfair and deceptive acts and practices /
|Author / Creator:||Carter, Carolyn L.|
|Imprint:||Boston, MA : National Consumer Law Center, c2008-c2011.|
|Description:||xlvii, 1216 p. ; 28 cm.|
|Series:||The consumer credit and sales legal practice series|
Consumer credit and sales legal practices series.
|Subject:||Competition, Unfair -- United States -- States.|
Competition, Unfair -- United States.
Competition, Unfair -- U.S. states.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/8368442|
Table of Contents:
- First considerations
- UDAP scope
- Demonstrating that a practice is a UDAP violation
- The meaning of deception, unfairness, and unconscionability
- General sales and performance practices
- Credit and collections
- Motor vehicle sales, rentals, and repair
- Home and home-related transactions
- Door-to-door sales, telemarketing, junk faxes, spam, other sales approaches
- Services, insurance, opportunity schemes, other transactions
- Liability of various parties
- Litigating UDAP cases
- Private UDAP remedies
- Other private remedies
- State agency enforcement
- Appendix[es]. A. Statute-by-staute analysis of state UDAP statutes ; B. Selected Federal Trade Commission rules ; C. Federal and state RICO statutes ; D. Federal telemarketing statutes and regulations ; E. State telemarketing and state "900-number" statutes summarized ; F. Useful websites.