Chapter 1345 of Ohio laws and rules deal with consumer sales practices which forbids suppliers or traders from committing unfair and deceptive trade practices for sale or offering for sale.
- Section 1345.02(7) specified a transaction to be unfair if it includes providing a repair or replacement where it is not required.
- False representation of trademarks, contents, quantity, approval, sponsorship, etc. is also unlawful under the laws.
- Omission to provide material information that can affect the buying decision of the consumer is unlawful under the consumer protection laws.
- The Attorney General of the State is entrusted with the powers to conduct investigations, enquiries and offer remedies as may be required for consumers.