Oregon Unlawful Trade Practices Act applies to transactions that include purchase of consumer goods, real estate,
household services from a trader and services of a healthcare professional.
- The law requires the consumer to prove that financial damage has been caused to him due to the acts of
- The traders and such damage could have been avoided if the trader had taken the right steps to prevent the violation of law.
- The court may award the affected consumer a sum of $200 or the actual loss whichever is higher.
- Transactions related to insurance and rental disputes between a landlord and tenant are not under the scope of this law.