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Rule 109:4-1-02 | Purpose of the office of the Ohio attorney general, consumer protection section.

 

The purpose of the office of the Ohio attorney general, consumer protection section is to protect the consuming public and to promote compliance by suppliers and other persons within its jurisdiction by enforcing the following laws, including but not limited to the Ohio Consumer Sales Practices Act, sections 1345.01 to 1345.13 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Home Solicitation Sales Act, sections 1345.21 to 1345.28 and 1345.99 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Prepaid Entertainment Contract Act, sections 1345.41 to 1345.51 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Odometer Rollback and Disclosure Act, sections 4549.41 to 4549.51 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Telephone Solicitation Sales Act, sections 4719.01 to 4719.18 and 4719.99 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Credit Service Organization Act, sections 4712.01 to 4712.14 and 4712.99 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Business Opportunity Purchaser's Protection Act, section 1334.01 to 1334.15 and 1334.99 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Anti-Pyramid Sales Law, sections 1333.91 to 1333.95 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Mortgage Broker's Act, section 1322.01 to 1322.12 and 1322.99 of the Revised Code; the Ohio Condominium Sales Act, sections 5311.25 to 5311.27 of the Revised Code; and sections 1345.30, 1345.31, 1345.52, 1345.77, 1345.81, 1345.90 to 1345.95, 1317.21 to 1317.24 of the Revised Code, and any other state and/or federal laws designed to protect the rights of the consuming public consistent with the legal authority of the office of the attorney general.

Supplemental Information

Authorized By: 1345.05
Amplifies: 1345.05
Five Year Review Date: 7/28/2019
Prior Effective Dates: 12/11/1977, 6/15/1998