Consumer Protection Laws
Definition - What does Consumer Protection Laws mean?
Consumer Protection Laws are the part of the legal system that enacted laws to protect the retail purchaser (consumer of goods and services) against inferior, hazardous, adulterated, or deceptively marketed products.
Justipedia explains Consumer Protection Laws
Consumer Protection Laws cover everything from the banking industry to housing, from cosmetics to food. Most states have active agencies that are in place to make sure that consumer protection laws are followed and that the consumers are protected whenever possible.
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