Article reference: UK-IA-SGA34

Practical examples of types of business affected by the Consumer Contracts Regulations

Helpful examples of types of business affected by the CC (ICAC) Regulations 2013. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA26

Service providers: obligations under CC(ICAC) Regulations

This article explains a service provider's position and obligations under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA27

On-premises service providers: how the CC(ICAC) Regulations affect you

An article directed specifically at on-premises service providers. What you have to do to comply with the Consumer Contracts (ICAC) Regulations. Your client visits your premises. What you have to tell him? What cancellation right has he? We explain your position and obligations in plain English. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA28

How the Consumer Contracts Regulations affect the hospitality industry

This article explains your position and obligations as a consumer service provider in the hospitality industry. We tell you what sorts of contract are likely to be regulated if you operate a hotel, B&B, restaurant, pub or café. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA29

Why the contract date is so important in consumer contracts

Find out why the date the contract is made is so important in the Consumer Contracts Regulations, and how you can design your business model to be minimally affected. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA30

How retailers are affected by the Consumer Contracts Regulations

Information for retailers who sell from their shop or showroom about the CC (ICAC) Regulations 2013. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA31

How to give the required information under the CC (ICAC) Regulations 2013

Not only do you have to give certain information to your customers, but the CC (ICAC) Regulations also specify how you must give it. This article covers the detail you need to know. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA32

Information requirements for on-premises contracts

Find out what you have to tell your customer or client about your product or service if the contract is formed on-premises. We guide you as to how to comply with the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA33

Information requirements for distance and off-premises contracts

An explanation of the information required by the Consumer Contracts Regulations for distance selling and off-premises contracts: what you have to tell your customer or client. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA25

Selling downloaded content or software under the Consumer Contracts Regulations

Information about the Consumer Contracts Regulations for sellers of software and downloaded digital products such as music, videos, games and content. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA24

Exemptions from the Consumer Contracts Regulations

We explain the exemptions for certain businesses from the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. Read this article and find out whether your business is exempt. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA23

Giving notice of cancellation of a consumer contract: the form and the effect on refunds

This article explains how a customer should cancel a contract under the CC (ICAC) Regulations 2013, the effect of doing so on your business, and whether you have to refund the customer. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA22

Customer cancellation rights under the Consumer Contracts Regulations

Find out the rights your customer has to cancel his contract under the Consumer Contracts Regulations, and how best to deal approach cancellations in your business. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA21

How to identify whether your contracts are classed as on-premises, off-premises or distance

This article will help you identify whether the contracts you make are classed as on-premises, off-premises or distance contracts for the purposes of the Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA20

How the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 affect your business

The first in a series of articles about the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 that replaces older distance selling and doorstop selling law. The article will help you find our whether your business is regulated by the new law, and if it is, what you need to do to comply. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA19

Which Net Lawman Construction Contract?

A straight forward description of what is in a Net Lawman construction industry contract. Drawn for easy use by a tradesman or small to medium sized business operator. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA15

Why do we need a contract... don't you trust me?

An explanation of what is a contract and why you should use a written contract to record your business transactions. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA12

Consumer credit statements: required information

Consumer Credit Statements: Required information. The law on this small point, for financiers, traders and consumers. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA10

Can a child or a minor enter into a contract?

Critical legal matters to be aware of when contracting with a child or minor. How to have the business at minimal risk. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA09

Unfair terms in Consumer Contract Regulations 1999

A guide to the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. How to tell if a term is unfair and tips on how to ensure your business terms and conditions don't fall foul of the regulations. More Info

Article reference: UK-IA-SGA16

Sale of goods by a non-owner: the law

This article discusses who owns goods that are sold by a seller who doesn't have legal title. Examples would include who can sell stolen goods, and whether a parent can sell the possessions of an adult child. More Info

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