### P-40.1, r. 3 - Regulation respecting the application of the Consumer Protection Act

91.12. When the proposal to make a contract referred to in section 228.1 of the Act is made in writing from a distance:
(a)  the notice prescribed in section 91.9 may not comply with section 91.10 and may be sent to the consumer otherwise than in paper form, on the following conditions:
i.  the notice is brought expressly to the attention of the consumer;
ii.  the notice is presented legibly;
iii.  the notice is presented in a manner that ensures that the consumer is able to easily retain it and print it;
(b)  the merchant is exempt from the obligation provided for in the first paragraph of section 228.1 of the Act to inform the consumer verbally of the existence and nature of the warranty provided for in sections 37 and 38 of the Act and of the obligation provided for in section 91.11;
(c)  the merchant is exempt from the obligation under the second paragraph of section 228.1 of the Act of informing the consumer verbally of the elements of the manufacturer’s warranty, provided that
i.  the information is brought expressly to the attention of the consumer; and
ii.  the information is presented legibly.
O.C. 495-2010, s. 16.