Consumer Protection. The Parties will enter into close cooperation aimed at achieving compatibility between their systems of consumer protection. This cooperation may include the exchange of information on legislative work and institutional reform, establishment of permanent systems of mutual information on dangerous products, the improvement of information provided to consumers especially on prices, characteristics of products and services offered, the development of exchanges between the consumer interest representatives, and increasing the compatibility of consumer protection policies, and the organisation of seminars and training periods.
Consumer Protection. Neither the Company nor any of its Subsidiaries is in violation of any rule, regulation, order, or interpretation of any rule, regulation or order of the Federal Trade Commission (including truth-in-lending), with which the failure to comply, in the aggregate, has resulted, or is reasonably likely to create a material risk of resulting, in a Material Adverse Effect.
Consumer Protection. 1. The Parties recognize the importance of maintaining and adopting transparent and effective measures to protect consumers from fraudulent and deceptive commercial practices in electronic commerce. 2. To this end, the Parties shall exchange information on their experiences in protecting consumers engaged in electronic commerce.
Consumer Protection. The Parties shall cooperate in order to align the standards of consumer protection in Serbia to those of the Community. Effective consumer protection is necessary in order to ensure the proper functioning of the market economy, and this protection will depend on the development of an administrative infrastructure in order to ensure market surveillance and law enforcement in this field. To that end, and in view of their common interests, the Parties shall ensure:
Consumer Protection. Neither Tenant nor any Affiliate is in violation of any rule, regulation, order, or interpretation of any rule, regulation or order of the Federal Trade Commission (including truth-in-lending) or other federal, state or local public or governmental authority or agency, with which the failure to comply, in the aggregate, has resulted in, could result in, a Material Adverse Change.
Consumer Protection. Care has been taken to use plain language and to give clear explanations in these terms and conditions. If any words alone or in combination infringe the Consumer Rights Act 2015 or any other provision of law, they shall be treated as severable and shall be replaced with words which give as near the original meaning as may be fair.
Consumer Protection. XXXX Policies and Standards, including those for consumer protection and the resolution of complaints, apply to interstate distance education offered by participating XXXX institutions to students in other XXXX states. Only those complaints resulting from distance education courses offered by participating institutions to students in other XXXX states come under the terms of the agreement. Complaints about a XXXX institution’s in-state operations are to be resolved under the state’s provisions, not those of XXXX. XXXX consumer protection provisions require the home state, through its XXXX “portal” entity or agency, to investigate and resolve allegations of dishonest or fraudulent activity by a provider, including the provision of false or misleading information. Consumer protection within XXXX, in addition to dealing with alleged fraudulent activity, also provides for the investigation and resolution of complaints that an institution is operating a course or program contrary to practices set forth in the C-RAC Guidelines (see below) in such a way that a student is harmed. Examples of issues that may arise in regard to alleged fraudulent activity or more general complaints include, but are not limited to: