WRONGFUL SEQUESTRATION OF CONSUMER GOODS. (a) If a writ that sought to sequester consumer goods is dissolved, the defendant or party in possession (c) In this section, "consumer goods" has the meaning assigned by the Business & Commerce Code.
A person who sells consumer goods or services through the use of a telephone solicitor may not make or (A) the consumer may receive a full refund for returning undamaged and unused goods or canceling services the goods or services; and the consumer; or (2) provides to the consumer a written contract fully describing the goods or services being offered
Until a merchant has complied with this chapter, a consumer with possession of goods or the right or (b) The consumer is not obligated to tender goods at a place other than the consumer's residence. (d) Goods or real property in possession of the consumer are at the risk of the merchant, except that the consumer shall take reasonable care of the goods or the real property both before and for a reasonable goods, services, or real property, fail to inform the consumer orally of the right to cancel the transaction
(C) the goods are not consumer goods immediately before delivery; (24) "Consumer-goods transaction" means a consumer transaction in which: The term includes consumer-goods transactions. (33) "Equipment" means goods other than inventory, farm products, or consumer goods. transaction or a consumer transaction or that goods are not consumer goods, if the secured party's belief
Therefore, it is hereby declared to be the policy of the Congress to assist consumers and manufacturers in reaching these goals in the marketing of consumer goods.
goods, (C) low-income cooperatives, (D) consumer services, and (E) all other eligible cooperatives. goods, (C) low-income cooperatives, (D) consumer services, and (E) all other eligible cooperatives. following classes of cooperatives: (i) housing cooperatives, (ii) low-income cooperatives, and (iii) consumer goods and services cooperatives. goods and services cooperatives.
subparagraph (B), subparagraph (A) shall apply with respect to a merchant, retailer, or seller of nonfinancial goods or services that is not engaged significantly in offering or providing consumer financial products or extended, or the collection of debt arising from such extension, directly by a merchant or retailer to a consumer exclusively for the purpose of enabling that consumer to purchase nonfinancial goods or services directly