§646.607. Unlawful business, trade practices.

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§646.607. Unlawful business, trade practices.
Short Title
Official Text §646.607. Unlawful business, trade practices.
Country/Jurisdiction United States
State or Province Oregon
Regulatory Bodies
Date Enacted 1977

Scope of the Law General Business
Information

Taxonomy Appropriation, Secondary Use
Strategies


Text of the law

646.607 Unlawful business, trade practices. A person engages in an unlawful trade practice if in the course of the person’s business, vocation or occupation the person:
(1) Employs any unconscionable tactic in connection with selling, renting or disposing of real estate, goods or services, or collecting or enforcing an obligation.
(2) Fails to deliver all or any portion of real estate, goods or services as promised, and at a customer’s request, fails to refund money that the customer gave to the person to purchase the undelivered real estate, goods or services and that the person does not retain pursuant to any right, claim or defense the person may assert in good faith. This subsection does not create a warranty obligation and does not apply to a dispute over the quality of real estate, goods or services delivered to a customer.
(3) Violates ORS 401.965 (2).
(4) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.725 to 646A.750.
(5) Violates ORS 646A.530.
(6) Employs a collection practice that is unlawful under ORS 646.639.
(7) Is a beneficiary that violates ORS 86.726 (1)(a) or (2), 86.729 (4) or 86.732 (1) or (2).
(8) Violates ORS 646A.093.
(9) Violates a provision of ORS 646A.600 to 646A.628.
(10) Violates ORS 646A.808 (2).
(11) Violates ORS 336.184.
(12) Publishes on a website related to the person’s business, or in a consumer agreement related to a consumer transaction, a statement or representation of fact in which the person asserts that the person, in a particular manner or for particular purposes, will use, disclose, collect, maintain, delete or dispose of information that the person requests, requires or receives from a consumer and the person uses, discloses, collects, maintains, deletes or disposes of the information in a manner that is materially inconsistent with the person’s statement or representation. Appropriation, Secondary Use
(13) Violates ORS 646A.813 (2). [1977 c.195 §4; 1979 c.505 §1; 2003 c.759 §§9,10; 2007 c.223 §6; 2008 c.19 §16; 2008 c.31 §4; 2009 c.60 §1; 2013 c.304 §13; 2013 c.433 §2; 2015 c.128 §2; 2015 c.357 §4; 2015 c.528 §3; 2017 c.145 §1; 2019 c.193 §2]



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