Consumer Contract definition

Consumer Contract means a contract between a merchant licensor and a consumer.

Examples of Consumer Contract in a sentence

You have the right to cancel this contract under the Consumer Contract (Information, Cancellation and Additional Payments) Regulations 2013 within 14 days without giving any reason.

Ian Ayres & Alan Schwartz, The No-Reading Problem in Consumer Contract Law, 66 STAN.

The Distributor will not be liable for any loss the Retailer may suffer or incur as a result of a disconnection carried out because the Consumer has not given the Distributor access in accordance with the relevant Consumer Contract.

The Distributor will not be liable for any loss the Retailer may suffer or incur as a result of disconnection carried out because the Consumer has not given the Distributor access in accordance with the relevant Consumer Contract.

You have the right to cancel this contract under the Consumer Contract (Information, Cancellation and Additional Payments) Regulations 2013 within 14 days of confirmation of your place on the course without giving any reason.


More Definitions of Consumer Contract

Consumer Contract means a contract between the Company and the Customer for a supply of Services to a Customer that is an individual whose acquisition of the Services is wholly or predominantly for personal, domestic or household use or consumption;
Consumer Contract is defined in the Receivables Sale Agreement.
Consumer Contract is defined in the Sale Agreement.
Consumer Contract means a contract for the sale or supply of goods or services or both, in which the seller or supplier is dealing in the course of business and the purchaser or user is not, but does not include
Consumer Contract is defined in the Loan Sale Agreement.
Consumer Contract means a contract for the acquisition of goods or services as a ‘consumer’ as that term is defined in section 3 of the Australian Consumer Law;