part vi of consumer protection act 2002

2002, c. 30, Sched. A, s. 39 (2). 3, s. 7 (3)). 2014, c. 9, Sched. (B) 415/1999] BE IT ENACTED by the Parliament of Malaysia as follows: P ART I PRELIMINARY Short title and commencement 1. 2002, c. 30, Sched. Note: On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 65.12 (1) of the Act is amended by striking out “police force” and substituting “police service”. 2002, c. 30, Sched. A, s. 13 (9); 2014, c. 9, Sched. Deceptive acts or practices. 2002, c. 30, Sched. In the view of many in the industry, Dodd–Frank became the new standard against which all future reforms should be compared. (ix)  in respect of Part XI, General, subsection 105.2 (11). (3) The initial disclosure statement for a credit agreement for open credit shall disclose the prescribed information. (7) A demand that a record or other thing be produced must be in writing and must include a statement of the nature of the record or other thing to be produced. Section 119. Protection of officers of Inspectorate. 2002, c. 30, Sched. 0 A, s. 46 (2). A, s. 46 (3). (vi)  in respect of Part VII, Credit Agreements, section 71, subsections 72 (2) and 76 (2), section 77 and subsections 78 (1) and (2), 79 (1), 80 (1), (2), (3) and (5), 81 (1), (3), (5), (6) and (7) and 82 (1) and (2). 1, s. 2. 41 (1) Sections 42 and 43 apply to direct agreements if the consumer’s total potential payment obligations under the agreement, excluding the cost of borrowing, exceeds a prescribed amount. (3) If an inspector has made a proposal or an order pursuant to a delegation under this section, every reference to the Director in or with respect to the section under which the proposal or order, as the case may be, was made and every reference to the Director in sections 121 and 122 is deemed to be a reference to that inspector. A, s. 74 (1). (4) In the case of a bank or authorized foreign bank within the meaning of section 2 of the Bank Act (Canada), a credit union within the meaning of the Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act, 1994 or a loan or trust corporation, the order under subsection (1) applies only to the offices and branches named in the order. 84 (1) If an assignor of a negotiable instrument is convicted of a contravention of section 2002, c. 30, Sched. 2020, c. 14, Sched. 2020, c. 14, Sched. (a)  prescribing anything in this Act that is described as being prescribed, done in accordance with the regulations or provided for in the regulations, other than a matter that this Act describes as being prescribed by the Minister or provided for in regulations made by the Minister; (b)  prescribing the form and content of consumer agreements, notices, invoices or any documents required under this Act; (c)  exempting any supplier, consumer transaction, goods or services, any combination of any of them or any class of any of them from any provision of this Act or the regulations, and prescribing conditions or restrictions that apply in respect of an exemption; (d)  governing trade-ins and trade-in arrangements made under consumer agreements or arising from consumer agreements; (e)  respecting what constitutes a material change in the periodic supply or ongoing supply of goods or services; (f)  requiring suppliers to make returns and furnish information to the Director as is prescribed; (g)  requiring information that is required or permitted to be furnished to the Director or that is contained in any form or return to be verified by affidavit; (h)  governing the application of the Electronic Commerce Act, 2000 or any part of that Act to this Act; (i)  providing for any transitional matter necessary for the effective implementation of this Act or the regulations; (j)  defining, for the purposes of this Act and the regulations, any word or expression that is used in this Act but not defined in this Act; (k)  clarifying the definition of “rewards points” in section 1 and specifying things that do or do not constitute rewards points for the purposes of this Act. 2017, c. 2, Sched. A, s. 65 (2). 2002, c. 30, Sched. (10) Nothing in this section creates a retroactive offence. 114 (1) At any time before all rights of appeal are exhausted or the time for appeals has expired without an appeal being commenced, any person against whom the Director has made or is considering making an order to comply under section 111 or 112 may enter into a written undertaking of voluntary compliance. 3, s. 7 (2)), Initiation of sale proceedings prohibited. 2002, c. 30, Sched. (b)  any money payable by the supplier is payable by the trustee to the extent that the trustee holds sufficient trust funds for that purpose. 2004, c. 19, s. 7 (37). 1, s. 2. 2002, Chapter 30 Schedule A. (c.1)  prescribing maximum amounts for charges that are not included in the cost of borrowing under a credit agreement, or a method of setting maximum amounts; (d)  excluding types of consumer agreements from credit agreements; (e)  prescribing requirements that must be met by an index for the index to qualify as a public index; (f)  exempting obligations of a lender from application to a loan broker if the loan broker assists a consumer to obtain credit or a loan of money and the creditor is not in the business of extending credit or lending money; (g)  prescribing requirements for correcting errors in statements of account issued under credit agreements for open credit; (h)  for the purpose of subsection 76 (2), prescribing the manner of determining the portion to be refunded or credited to a borrower, in respect of each amount that forms part of the cost of borrowing, other than amounts paid on account of interest; (i)  prescribing requirements for representations made in respect of credit agreements; (j)  prescribing information that is to be included in a loan broker’s statement to a borrower; (j.1)  governing applications for credit cards; (k)  governing disclosure statements under Part VII; (l)  prescribing the information to be included in a statement of account for a credit agreement for open credit; (l.1)  governing information and statements, other than disclosure statements under Part VII, that a lender must provide to a borrower; (m)  prescribing whether or not a change is a material change; (n)  prescribing the maximum liability of a borrower under a credit agreement for open credit in cases where the borrower has not authorized the charges imposed; (o)  governing credit agreements for the purposes of Part VII. 2002, c. 30, Sched. (2) A supplier who receives a notice demanding a refund under subsection (1) shall provide the refund within the prescribed period of time. 47 (1) A consumer may cancel a remote agreement at any time from the date the agreement is entered into until seven days after the consumer receives a copy of the agreement if the supplier fails to comply with section 45. (d)  another prescribed form of security. (a)  prescribing the total potential payment obligations, excluding the cost of borrowing, that must be exceeded for Part IV to apply to consumer agreements included in that Part; (b)  prescribing the circumstances under which the effect of the cancellation of a consumer agreement to which Part IV applies and the obligations arising as a result of the cancellation of the agreement will be limited and prescribing the nature of the limitations; (c)  for consumer agreements to which Part IV applies, governing disclosure, contents of consumer agreements and requirements for making, renewing, amending or extending consumer agreements; (d)  prescribing matters as being personal development services; (e)  for the purposes of Part IV, governing future performance agreements including gift card agreements, and governing time share agreements, personal development services agreements, internet agreements, direct agreements and remote agreements; (f)  imposing restrictions, including prohibiting expiry dates, on future performance agreements, including gift card agreements; (g)  governing the fees, other than the payment under a future performance agreement, including a gift card agreement, for supplying goods or services under the agreement, that the supplier under the agreement may charge or is prohibited from charging to the consumer; (h)  allowing the consumer under a future performance agreement, including a gift card agreement, to cancel the agreement if the supplier does not disclose the matters with respect to the agreement that the regulations specify and governing the cancellation of the agreement; (i)  providing that any provision of this Act or the regulations applies to future performance agreements, including gift card agreements, with the modifications specified in the regulations; (j)  governing the transfer of rewards points among consumers, including upon death; (k)  governing the inactivity of consumer agreements under which rewards points are provided and of the rewards points themselves; (l)  governing the termination of consumer agreements under which rewards points are provided and of the rewards points themselves; (m)  governing the application of section 47.1 with respect to rewards points and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, providing for and prescribing anything that that section refers to as being prescribed or provided for in the regulations and governing transitional matters. 2002, c. 30, Sched. Each piece of legislation passed … 2 (1) Subject to this section, this Act applies in respect of all consumer transactions if the consumer or the person engaging in the transaction with the consumer is located in Ontario when the transaction takes place. (vi.1)  in respect of Part VII.1, Agreements for Cashing Government Cheques, section 85.3, subsection 85.4 (1) and section 85.5. 2002, c. 30, Sched. 2, s. 18). 3. 1.1 This guidance relates to Part 8 of the Enterprise Act 2002 (the Act). (3) For the purposes of subsection (1), a supplier is considered to have delivered a copy of the internet agreement to the consumer if the copy is delivered in the prescribed manner. 4. (b)  on any contingency or on any event that may or is to take place inside or outside of Canada, including, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, a casino game, card game, horse race, fight, match, sporting event or contest; (“site de jeux en ligne”), (b)  a person who holds themself out to be a person described in clause (a); (“courtier en prêts”), “loan brokering” means services or goods that are intended to assist a consumer in obtaining credit or a loan of money, including obtaining credit or a loan of money from the loan broker who is providing the services or goods to the consumer; (“courtage en prêts”), “Minister” means the Minister of Consumer and Business Services or such other member of the Executive Council to whom the administration of this Act may be assigned under the Executive Council Act; (“ministre”), “Ministry” means the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services; (“ministère”), “officer” includes the chair and any vice-chair of the board of directors, the president and any vice-president, the secretary and assistant secretary, the treasurer and assistant treasurer and the general manager and assistant general manager of the corporation or a partner or general manager and assistant general manager of a partnership, any other individual designated as an officer by by-law or resolution or any other individual who performs functions normally performed by an individual occupying such office; (“dirigeant”). Commencement date: 30 August 2002 [Proc. (3) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may make regulations prescribing the period in which a supplier is to refund a payment to a consumer who has demanded a refund. 2002, c. 30, Sched. 98 (1) If a supplier has charged a fee or an amount in contravention of this Act or received a payment in contravention of this Act, the consumer who paid the charge or made the payment may demand a refund by giving notice in accordance with section 92 within one year after paying the charge or making the payment. A, s. 76 (4); 2008, c. 9, s. 79 (10). A, s. 5 (2). A, s. 96 (5). 12, s. 3 (7). 3, s. 2. 2014, c. 9, Sched. 2002, c. 30, Sched. (b)  the justice of the peace authorizes the entry into the dwelling. 2002, c. 30, Sched. A, s. 118 (1). Appeals. 2002, c. 30, Sched. 2002, c. 30, Sched. “cost of borrowing” means all amounts that a borrower is required to pay under or as a condition of entering into a credit agreement and all prescribed amounts other than, (a)  a payment or repayment of a portion of the principal under the agreement as prescribed, and, (b)  prescribed charges; (“coût d’emprunt”), “credit agreement” means a consumer agreement under which a lender extends credit or lends money to a borrower and includes a supplier credit agreement and a prospective consumer agreement under which an extension of credit, loan of money or supplier credit agreement may occur in the future, but does not include an agreement under which a lender extends credit or lends money on the security of a mortgage of real property or consumer agreements of a prescribed type; (“convention de crédit”), “default charge” means a charge imposed on a borrower who does not make a payment as it comes due under a credit agreement or who does not comply with any other obligation under a credit agreement, but does not include interest on an overdue payment; (“frais de défaut”), “fixed credit” means credit or a loan of money under a credit agreement that is not for open credit; (“crédit fixe”), “floating rate” means a rate that bears a specified mathematical relationship to a public index that meets the prescribed requirements; (“taux variable”), “lender” means a supplier who is or may become a party to a credit agreement and who extends or may extend credit or lends or may lend money to the borrower and includes a credit card issuer; (“prêteur”), “optional service” means a service that is offered to a borrower in connection with a credit agreement and that the borrower does not have to accept in order to enter into the agreement; (“service facultatif”), “supplier credit agreement” means a consumer agreement, other than a consumer agreement involving leases to which Part VIII applies, under which a supplier or an associate of the supplier, extends fixed credit to a consumer to assist the consumer in obtaining goods or services, other than credit or a loan of money, from the supplier; (“convention de crédit fournisseur”). 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