Legal Glossary

Definition of Utah Consumer Protection Act (UCPA)

A state legislation called the Utah Consumer Protection Act (UCPA) shields customers against unfair and dishonest commercial practices.

It mandates honesty in company transactions with customers and is applicable to any enterprise selling goods or services in Utah.

Businesses must fulfill refunds and other warranties, adhere to all applicable advertising rules and regulations, disclose products or services in a straightforward manner, refrain from using misleading pricing or invoicing practices, and keep correct records as per the UCPA.

Businesses who are found to be in breach of the UCPA risk fines and other legal repercussions.

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