Kansas Consumer Laws Article 6 of Chapter 50 of Kansas statutes deals with consumer protection laws and
rules that protect the consumers from being exploited by unlawful trade practices.
- Section 50-623 (d) of the Article provides customers with a three day window for door-to-door purchases.
- Section 50-626 prohibits traders from resorting to deceptive business practices which include
- misrepresentation of goods and services, use of false trademarks, sale of second hand or deteriorated goods as new, etc.
- The Attorney General is entrusted with the authority to make investigations of violations,
- provide opportunity to both parties of being heard and to award remedies to aggrieved consumers.