Age Restricted Sales: The Law in England and Wales

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Does not include prepaid calling cards or cards linked to bank accounts usable with multiple unaffiliated merchants or ATMs. It has long been settled law that an agent or employee of a company who deals directly with the public can be held personally responsible for any affirmative misrepresentation or intentional omission of a material fact. This would include doctors, veterinarians, architects, accountants or pharmacists if you are selling your goods/services through an auction. An experience asbestosis attorney should be consulted to ensure the timely filing of claims within the statute of limitations, ensure claim validity or justiciability, negotiate a settlement or litigate the claim.

Pages: 265

Publisher: Matador (July 14, 2015)

ISBN: B011P7L44W

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