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Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Motor Law volume 12 no 12

The end of volume 12 means it's 24 years since we launched Motor Law. It's hard to know what to say, except that this edition covers:
  • The OFT's approval of the car repair and servicing codes of practice
  • The OFT's action against Carcraft
  • The launch of the Right to Choose Campaign
  • A Court of Appeal case on extended warranties
  • Websites reviewed for compliance with consumer credit law
  • Tyre labelling confusion
  • Payments for promoting goods or services using social media
  • Clocking prosecutions
  • Unfair dismissal for Facebook post
  • Supreme Court endorses use of common sense by judges
  • What does "consent not to be unreasonably withheld" mean?
  • Limitation periods
  • Changing the terms of a contract
  • Insurers may become liable for delays in paying
  • Hezbollah accused of using used cars to launder money (in the US)
  • Commission will investigate role of standards in car refrigerant market
  • OFT publishes revised guidance on competition law
  • Commission publishes advice on competition law compliance
  • Insurers agree limits to exchange of pricing information
  • It's not only the motor industry
  • Competition undertakings relating to petrol forecourts
  • Clearance for VW/D'Ieteren merger
  • Vehicle noise levels to be reduced
Please request a sample copy if you wish - let me have your email address and I'll send you a PDF.

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