P-40.1 - Consumer Protection Act

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251.1. No person may, when a consumer is about to pay with a credit card, withhold an amount on the credit card, unless the person discloses, before the transaction, the amount that will be withheld and why and for how long it will be withheld.
A regulation may be made to set a limit for the amount that may be withheld on a credit card and for how long it may be withheld.
2017, c. 242017, c. 24, s. 59.
In force: 2019-08-01
251.1. No person may, when a consumer is about to pay with a credit card, withhold an amount on the credit card, unless the person discloses, before the transaction, the amount that will be withheld and why and for how long it will be withheld.
A regulation may be made to set a limit for the amount that may be withheld on a credit card and for how long it may be withheld.
2017, c. 242017, c. 24, s. 59.