§ 827-11. Telephone Solicitation Sales  


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  • Any sale or contract of sale which results from a telephone solicitation made by or on behalf of the seller or by the buyer in response to advertising by or on behalf of the seller shall not be valid unless the advertisement or telephone solicitation gives notice to the buyer of the right to cancel the sale after receipt or inspection of the goods.

    Provided, however, nothing in this section shall be interpreted in any way as limiting or affecting the rights of a buyer under any other provision of this chapter, but it shall be deemed as granting additional protection to the buyer. Nor shall this section be interpreted as limited by any provision of any other section of this chapter.

    Sales in which goods are delivered "collect" shall not deprive the buyer of the right to cancel the sale as provided in this chapter and recover the price paid.

(C.M.C. 827-11; ordained by Ord. No. 361-1972, eff Aug. 5, 1972)