Commentary

134 Enforcement of breaches

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

134 Enforcement of breaches

| Commentary

134 Enforcement of breaches

The 2009 Regulations do not provide any direct powers to recipients of the services, as such, where a supplier of a service does not comply with the obligations to provide the required information. Part 8 of the Enterprise Act 2002 allows enforcement authorities (such as the Competition and Markets Authority, local trading standards, etc) to deal with breaches that affect consumers generally. A business recipient of the services of a supplier in breach of the Regulations would appear to have to rely on those (contractual) remedies that would ordinarily be available1. It may, however,

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