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Tennessee Consumer laws

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The Office of the Attorney General, Tennessee is responsible for implementation of the consumer protection laws to prevent deceptive and unfair business practices.

  • The Attorney General conducts the enquiries, investigations and rewards compensation based on complaints received from affected consumers.
  • Although the Attorney General may provide restitution to consumers, personal representation of consumers is not allowed.
  • Misrepresentation of goods as original, false trademarks, use of improper sponsorship, etc. is considered to be deceptive trade practices under the law.
  • The office also issues notifications and public information in order to protect consumers from scams and deceptive trade practices.

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