30 Enforceability of agreements resulting from unlawful communications
30 Enforceability of agreements resulting from unlawful communications

(1)     In this section—

“unlawful communication” means a communication in relation to which there has been a contravention of section 21(1);

“controlled agreement” means an agreement the making or performance of which by either party constitutes a controlled activity for the purposes of that section; and

“controlled investment” has the same meaning as in section 21.

(2)     If in consequence of an unlawful communication a person enters as a customer into a controlled agreement, it is unenforceable against him and he is entitled to recover—

(a)     any money or other property paid or transferred by him under the agreement; and

(b)     compensation for any loss sustained by him as a result of having parted with it.