P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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208. Where, upon the making or the performance of a principal contract, the merchant sells goods to the consumer, he must remit to him a written contract indicating:
(a)  the name and address of the consumer and of the merchant;
(b)  the place and date of the contract;
(c)  the description of the object of the contract, including, where such is the case, the year of the model or any other distinguishing mark;
(d)  the cash price of each item of goods;
(e)  the duties chargeable under a federal or provincial Act;
(f)  the total amount the consumer must pay under the contract; and
(g)  any other information prescribed by regulation.
The merchant must attach a form in conformity with Schedule 10 to the duplicate of the contract which he remits to the consumer.
1978, c. 9, s. 208; 1980, c. 11, s. 109.
208. Where, upon the making or the performance of a principal contract, the merchant sells goods to the consumer, he must remit to him a written contract indicating:
(a)  the name and address of the consumer and of the merchant;
(b)  the place and date of the contract;
(c)  the description of the object of the contract, including, where such is the case, the year of the model or any other distinguishing mark;
(d)  the cash price of each item of goods;
(e)  any other information prescribed by regulation.
The merchant must attach a form in conformity with Schedule 10 to the duplicate of the contract which he remits to the consumer.
1978, c. 9, s. 208.