P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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156. The label must disclose:
(a)  if the used automobile is offered for sale, its price, and, if it is offered for long-term lease, its retail value;
(b)  the number of miles or kilometres registered on the odometer, and the number of miles or kilometres actually travelled by the automobile, if different from that indicated on the odometer;
(c)  the model year ascribed by the manufacturer, the serial number, the make, the model and the cubic capacity of the engine;
(d)  if such is the case, the fact that the automobile has been used as a taxi-cab, a drivers’ school automobile, a police car, an ambulance, a leased automobile, an automobile for customers or as a demonstrator and the identity of every business or of every public agency that owned the automobile or rented it on a long term basis;
(e)  if such is the case, every repair done on the used automobile since it has been in the possession of the merchant;
(f)  the class provided for in section 160;
(g)  the characteristics of the warranty offered by the merchant;
(h)  that a certificate of mechanical inspection issued under the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) will be given to the consumer upon the signing of the contract;
(i)  that the merchant must, at the request of the consumer, provide him with the name and telephone number of the last owner other than the merchant.
For the application of paragraphs b and d of this section, the merchant may base himself on a written declaration of the last owner unless he has reasonable grounds to believe that it is false.
1978, c. 9, s. 156; 1986, c. 91, s. 665; 1991, c. 24, s. 6.
156. The label must disclose:
(a)  the price at which the used automobile is offered;
(b)  the number of miles or kilometres registered on the odometer, and the number of miles or kilometres actually travelled by the automobile, if different from that indicated on the odometer;
(c)  the model year ascribed by the manufacturer, the serial number, the make, the model and the cubic capacity of the engine;
(d)  if such is the case, the fact that the automobile has been used as a taxi-cab, a drivers’ school automobile, a police car, an ambulance, a leased automobile, an automobile for customers or as a demonstrator and the identity of every business or of every public agency that owned the automobile or rented it on a long term basis;
(e)  if such is the case, every repair done on the used automobile since it has been in the possession of the merchant;
(f)  the class provided for in section 160;
(g)  the characteristics of the warranty offered by the merchant;
(h)  that a certificate of mechanical inspection issued under the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2) will be given to the purchaser upon the signing of the contract;
(i)  that the merchant must, at the request of the consumer, provide him with the name and telephone number of the last owner other than the merchant.
For the application of paragraphs b and d of this section, the merchant may base himself on a written declaration of the last owner unless he has reasonable grounds to believe that it is false.
1978, c. 9, s. 156; 1986, c. 91, s. 665.
156. The label must disclose:
(a)  the price at which the used automobile is offered;
(b)  the number of miles or kilometres registered on the odometer, and the number of miles or kilometres actually travelled by the automobile, if different from that indicated on the odometer;
(c)  the model year ascribed by the manufacturer, the serial number, the make, the model and the cubic capacity of the engine;
(d)  if such is the case, the fact that the automobile has been used as a taxi-cab, a drivers’ school automobile, a police car, an ambulance, a leased automobile, an automobile for customers or as a demonstrator and the identity of every business or of every public agency that owned the automobile or rented it on a long term basis;
(e)  if such is the case, every repair done on the used automobile since it has been in the possession of the merchant;
(f)  the class provided for in section 160;
(g)  the characteristics of the warranty offered by the merchant;
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(h)   that a certificate of inspection of the vehicle issued in conformity with subsection 4 of section 22 of the Highway Code (chapter C-24) will be given to the purchaser upon the signing of the contract; and
(i)  that the merchant must, at the request of the consumer, provide him with the name and telephone number of the last owner other than the merchant.
For the application of paragraphs b and d of this section, the merchant may base himself on a written declaration of the last owner unless he has reasonable grounds to believe that it is false.
1978, c. 9, s. 156.