P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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122.1. A consumer who is solidarily liable with another consumer for the obligations arising from an open credit contract is released from the obligations resulting from any use of the open credit account after notifying the merchant in writing that he will no longer use the credit extended and no longer intends to be solidarily liable for the other consumer’s future use of the credit extended in advance, and after providing proof to the merchant, on that occasion, that he informed the other consumer by sending him a written notice to that effect at his last known address or technological address.
Any subsequent payment made by the consumer must be applied to the debts contracted before the notice was sent to the merchant.
2017, c. 242017, c. 24, s. 28.