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Civil enforcement remedies: consultation on extending the range of remedies available to public enforcers of consumer law

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Consultation on civil enforcement remedies, responses by 31 December 2012

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Civil enforcement remedies: consultation on extending the range of remedies available to public enforcers of consumer law.

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Respond by 31 December 2012. Consultation seeking views on proposals to make a flexible range of remedies available to enforcers, and possibly the courts. These remedies aim to increase business compliance with the law, improve redress for consumers affected by the breach, and empower consumers to exercise greater consumer choice. See URN 12/1194 for the related impact assessment.