P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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187.24. Any contract entered into by a consumer, even with a third-party merchant, on the making of or in relation to a contract relating to timeshare accommodation rights and that results from an offer, representation or other action by the merchant who is party to the contract relating to timeshare accommodation rights forms a whole with the latter contract and is resolved or resiliated by operation of law at the time the contract relating to timeshare accommodation rights is resolved or resiliated.
In addition, the consumer may, with respect to a contract entered into with a third-party merchant and contemplated in the first paragraph, exercise directly against the merchant a recourse based on the non-performance of the contract or on the provisions of this Act.
The third-party merchant to whom the first paragraph applies because of a credit contract may not, before the expiry of the resolution period provided for in the first paragraph of section 187.21, remit directly to the merchant all or part of the sum for which credit is extended to the consumer.
2018, c. 142018, c. 14, s. 17.