P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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288. A judge may, on the application of the prosecutor, order that a person convicted of an offence under a provision of section 278 distribute, in accordance with the terms and conditions which the court considers appropriate to ensure a prompt and adequate communication to consumers, the conclusions of the judgment rendered against him, and the corrections, explanations, warnings and other information which the court considers necessary to re-establish the facts concerning any goods or services or any advertisement made in relation to any goods or services which have or could have misled consumers.
Prior notice of the application for an order shall be given by the prosecutor to the person who could be compelled, under such an order, to distribute certain information, except where they are in the presence of the judge.
1978, c. 9, s. 288; 1992, c. 61, s. 478.
288. The court convicting a person accused of an offence provided for in section 278, may in addition, on the motion of the person suing, order that the offender distribute, in accordance with the terms and conditions which the court considers appropriate to ensure a prompt and adequate communication to consumers, the conclusions of the judgment rendered against him, and the corrections, explanations, warnings and other information which the court considers necessary to re-establish the facts concerning any goods or services or any advertisement made in relation to any goods or services which have or could have misled consumers.
Prior notice of the application for an order shall be given by the prosecutor to the person who could be compelled, under such an order, to distribute certain information, except where they are in the presence of the judge.
1978, c. 9, s. 288; 1992, c. 61, s. 478.
288. The court convicting a person accused of an offence provided for in section 278, may in addition, on the motion of the person suing, order that the offender distribute, in accordance with the terms and conditions which the court considers appropriate to ensure a prompt and adequate communication to consumers, the conclusions of the judgment rendered against him, and the corrections, explanations, warnings and other information which the court considers necessary to re-establish the facts concerning any goods or services or any advertisement made in relation to any goods or services which have or could have misled consumers.
1978, c. 9, s. 288.