The Deceptive Trade Practices Act and various other consumer protection statutes executed by the Attorney General of Texas ensure consumer protection in the State.
The Law also provides a three-day window for canceling purchases made by a consumer from a place other than the ordinary place of business of the seller.
For the cancellation to be enforceable by law, the purchase should be for a value more than $25 and should not be a transaction related to selling of insurance, real estate purchase less than $100 or a sale transaction effected through mail or telephone.
Further, for online catalog purchases, the consumer has the right to cancel a transaction if the seller does not ship the merchandise within a reasonable period.
Are you dealing with any Texas consumer protection case?
Don’t worry, protect your consumer rights.
Get an affordable lawyer with no retainer and no hourly cost? Submit your case details here
Important: The articles available on uslawyer.us are neither legal advice nor a replacement for an attorney. The contents are general information and guidance concerning different legal issues. We make sure that these articles prove helpful to you, but we do not promise or guarantee that they are suitable for your condition. We also do not take responsibility for any loss that might cause to you using these articles. Hence, we strictly suggest you get expert legal advice. It is also recommended to consult or hire an attorney in case of any doubt.
Not all states in the US permit self-help services. Every information available on the site is not legal advice and does not represent an attorney referral service. If you need legal advice, you should contact a licensed attorney. Also, the site does not promote any attorney-client or confidential relationship. All lawyers listed in this website are paid listings. Your use and access of this website is subject to Supplemental Terms.