4 edition of Consumer product warranties and Federal Trade Commission improvement act of 1971 found in the catalog.
Consumer product warranties and Federal Trade Commission improvement act of 1971
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
|Series||92d Congress, 1st session. Senate. Report no. 92-269|
|LC Classifications||KF31.C6 1971a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 63 p.|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||77614362|
Get this from a library! Federal consumer product warranties law with explanation: Title I of Magnuson-Moss warranty--Federal Trade Commission improvement act, Public law , January 4, [Commerce Clearing House.; United States.]. Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of The Act was passed by Congress to protect purchasers of consumer goods. The Act applies only to written warranties. The purpose is to make sufficient and comprehensible information about written warranties available to consumer purchasers. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Improvements Act of
Warranties Skip to related topics, library resources, and law review articles. Businessperson's Guide to Federal Warranty Law (Federal Trade Commission); Warranties (Federal Trade Commission); Warranties (American Bar Association) Discussion of express & implied warranties, full & limited warranties, on-line warranty support, extended warranties, etc. Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle (per the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. (C)).If your vehicle manufacturer fails to honor emission/warranty claims, contact EPA at () or
Magnuson-Moss Act2 in , federal law and the Federal Trade Commission will increasingly intrude. The federal legislation is of particular interest in jurisdictions such as North Carolina that lack special state legislation governing consumer product warranties.3 The Magnuson-Moss Act provides the focal point for discussion. A. The Consumer Product Safety Commission was established as an independent regulatory agency by the Consumer Product Safety Act (15 U.S.C. et seq.) in and reauthorized by the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of The Commission consists of up to five members, who are appointed by the President with the advice and consent of the Senate, for 7-year terms.
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(a) Federal Trade Commission Act and Federal Seed Act (1) Nothing contained in this chapter shall be construed to repeal, invalidate, or supersede the Federal Trade Commission Act [15 U.S.C.
41 et seq.] or any statute defined therein as an Antitrust Act. Title I of this Act authorizes the Federal Trade Commission to develop regulations for written warranties.
The Act directs the Commission to establish disclosure standards for written warranties, specifies standards for “full” warranties, limits disclaimer of implied warranties, and establishes consumer remedies for breach of warranty or service contract obligations.
Federal minimum standards for warranties § Full and limited warranting of a consumer product § Service contracts; rules for full, clear and conspicuous disclosure of terms and conditions; addition to or in lieu of written warranty § Designation of representatives by warrantor to perform duties under written or implied warranty.
The Act and the FTC Rules provide three basic requirements that apply to either warrantors or sellers: Warrantors must designate or title a written warranty as either "full" or "limited".
Warrantors must state certain information about the coverage of the warranty in a single, clear, and easily readable document. The text provides citations to specific sections of the law—the Warranty Act itself, the Rules the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) adopted under the Act, and the FTC's Warranty Advertising Guides.
For reference purposes, a supplement to this manual containing the Act, the Rules, and the Guides is available from the FTC's Consumer Response Center. Federal law requires that warranties be available for you to read before you buy even when you're shopping by catalog or on the Internet.
Coverage varies, so you can compare the extent of warranty coverage just as you compare the style, price, and other characteristics of products. Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA) Enacted inCPSA is our umbrella statute. This law established the agency, defines CPSC’s basic authority and authorizes the agency to develop standards and bans.
It also gives CPSC the authority to pursue recalls and to ban products. Warranties may be subject to limitations, including time, mileage, deductibles, businesses authorized to perform warranty work or special procedures required to obtain reimbursement.
Check with your state Attorney General or local consumer protection agenc y for information about your warranty rights. You are about to leave the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) public website. The link you selected is for a destination outside of the Federal Government.
See 15 U.S.C. §§ (); see also Kathleen F. Brickey, The Magnuson-Moss Act. A standard form consumer contract is a contract you accept on a take it or leave it basis — you can't negotiate the terms.
If you think a term is unfair, you can apply to the Commerce Commission under the FTA to have it reviewed. The Commerce Commission then decides if they will ask the District Court to declare the term unfair. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty–Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act was the first federal statute to address the law of Warranty.
The act (15 U.S.C.A. § et seq.) mandates that a written warranty on any consumer product that costs more than $5 must completely and conspicuously disclose, in easily understood words, the terms and conditions of the warranty.
According to the Magnuson-Moss Warranty and Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, the consumer must be informed of the warranty prior to the sale. The act also requires no written warranty may waive the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose during the term of the written warranty.
PRODUCT LIABILITY. The Consumer Guarantees Act (CGA) gives you the right to seek a remedy, eg a repair or a replacement, from the manufacturer whether or not the products come with a manufacturer’s warranty (called an “express guarantee” in the Act).
Get this from a library. Writing readable warranties: a Federal Trade Commission manual for business. [Allen Hile; Nancy Sachs; United States.
Federal Trade Commission. Bureau of Consumer Protection.] -- A practical guide provides workable suggestions for writing a simple and easily understandable warranty. Specific instruction is given for writing the warranty once it is decided what. With an emphasis on drafting techniques and litigation strategies, The Law of Product Warranties is a comprehensive treatise that analyzes in detail all elements of a warranty problem.
It suggests ways for drafters to minimize their exposure to warranty claims, and contains unique features including a “remedy roadmap” and an annotated commercial warranty form. STATED AIMS OF THE MAGNUSON-MOSS WARRANTY– FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION IMPROVEMENT ACT Inin response to concerns that consumers were being misled by specious warranties on consumer goods, Congress enacted the MMWA.5 The primary impetus behind the MMWA was to allow buyers of consumer products to make informed choices as to which.
the design of the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act,' which directly regulates both the form and content of consumer product warranties.4 Neither the exploitation nor the signal theory, however, has contributed to the understanding of warranty practices.
The exploitation theory de. to pass h.r. the consumer product warranties - federal trade commission improvements act. This vote was related to a bill introduced by Rep. John Moss [D-CA3, ] onH.R. (93rd): Consumer Product Warranties and Federal Trade Commission Improvements Act.
Product Warranties and Returns Purchasing a product covered by a warranty can help ensure your peace of mind. If things don’t work as expected, a warranty may allow the purchase to be returned, replaced, or repaired. A product’s warranty acts as a guarantee that it will perform.
However, not all warranties are equal. (a) The Act means the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act, 15 U.S.C.et seq.
(b) Consumer product means any tangible personal property which is distributed in commerce and which is normally used for personal, family, or household purposes (including any such property intended to be attached to or installed.The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act: Consumer Information and Warranty Regulation.
On January 4,the Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade. Commission Improvement Act was signed into law. Title I of this Act, dealing exclusively with the law of consumer warranties and service.The complete name of the Act was the Magnuson-Moss Warranty -Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act.
Title I of the Act dealt with consumer product warranties specifically, while Title 11 dealt with a general expan.