Publications

Director's Order: Toronto Developers Ltd. / Smart Home Works / Shail Jack Silver

Description

Director's order imposed on Toronto Developers Ltd., Smart Home Works and Shail Jack Silver to ensure that all direct sales contract requirements under section 35 of the Consumer Protection Act are met, including the total cost, to ensure that all direct sales contracts comply with the requirements outlined in the Cost of Credit Disclosure Regulation, to cease engaging in unfair practices, and to ensure that supplier responsibilities are complied with upon cancellation of direct sales contracts.

Tags
Directors orders consumer protection direct sales direct sellers unfair practices

Title and publication information

Type
Decision
Extent

4 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Creator
Service Alberta
Publisher

Service Alberta

Subject Information

Spatial Coverage

Alberta

Start Date

2016-10-01

End Date

2017-07-31

Resource Dates

Date Created

2018-06-18

Date Added

2019-03-07T22:26:17.347338

Date Modified

2018-06-18

Date Issued

2018-06-18

Audience information

Identifiers

Usage / Licence

Usage Considerations

A director’s order can be issued for any breach of the Consumer Protection Act, the Cemeteries Act or their regulations and is used as a tool that requires a person to come into compliance with legislation. A director's order can be issued to a supplier if the supplier: has breached the Consumer Protection Act or Regulations; uses any form, agreement, letter or other document that's misleading or contains a term that misrepresents fair trade regulations; or publishes an advertisement that's misleading or contains a term that breaks fair trade regulations. The director's order can direct a person to stop engaging in anything that's described in the order, and to take any measures specified in the order to ensure that fair trade regulations are followed.

Licence

No licence

Contact

Contact Name

Consumer Contact Centre

Contact Other

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