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Vermont Consumer Laws

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The Vermont Consumer Protection Act is set up to complement other federal rules and statutes in enforcing fair trade and methods of competition.

  • The Law shall not apply to publisher of a newspaper or any printed matter or to the owner of a radio or television broadcasting station. (Section 2452)
  • Every trader who violates the provisions of the law and indulges in unfair trade practices will be charged with a penalty which shall not exceed $10,000. [Section 2461 (a)]
  • The affected consumer has the right to receive compensation for damages suffered and can also receive the expenses incurred by way of attorney’s fees. [Section 2461 (b)]

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