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has been charged with two counts under Section 19 of the Energy Marketing and Residential Heat Sub-Metering Regulation for enrolling a customer in an energy contract after the consumer asked to cancel it within the cooling-off period.
The issuing of the new guidance by the OC, of which the AOP is a founding member, comes following the introduction of new consumer rights legislation which sees the extension of the cooling-off period for distance and off-premises contracts extended to two weeks.
The cooling-off period has been extended from six months to two years, and Maor would be monetarily compensated.
Then Orange said that I couldn't cancel and I didn't have a cooling-off period.
We anticipate that a PEB will be created by the President by the end of the cooling-off period.
O'Brien requested that Professional Transit Management - the contractor for the bus service - seek a cooling-off period.
Vanguard employed similar cooling-off periods for its High-Yield Corporate Fund in 2003 and its Health Care Fund in 1999.
The lack of regulation of long-term holiday products, re-sale and exchange schemes meant that they [consumers] are not covered by rules on cooling-off periods, deposits and consumer information," the Commission said.
The current timeshare purchase 10-day cooling-off period is increased to 14 days, and includes a total ban on advance payments to sellersuntil the 14 days has expired.
One of the things they brought in was aseven-day cooling-off period to allow buddingstars the chance to consider their optionsaway from the pressured environment of a casting session.
The watchdog is also looking into complaints that the supermarket giant refused to stop orders under the legal 10-day cooling-off period.
partner rotation, cooling-off period, non-audit services restrictions) to all entities of significant public interest.