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Ohio Consumer Law: Consumer Law

Ohio consumer laws are set up with the purpose of protecting Ohio’s consumers.

Ohio Laws

Ohio Revised Code  O.R.C.  Title 13   Ohio Uniform Commercial Code

 Chapter 1301    General Provisions

Chapter 1302    Sales

Chapter 1303    Commercial paper

Chapter 1304    Bank deposits and collections

Chapter 1305    Letters of credit

Chapter 1306    Uniform electronics transactions act

Chapter 1307    Documents of title

Chapter 1308    Investment securities

Chapter 1309    Secured transactions

Chapter 1310    Leases

Chapter 1311    Liens

Chapter 1312    Residential building code

Chapter 1313    Voluntary assignments

Chapter 1315    Transmitters of money; check-cashing businesses

Chapter 1317    Retail installment sales

Chapter 1318    Auctions

Chapter 1319    Miscellaneous credit transactions

Chapter 1321    Small loans

Chapter 1322    Mortgage brokers, loan officers

Chapter 1327    Weights and measures

Chapter 1329    Labels and Marks

Chapter 1331    Monoplies

Chapter 1332    Fair competition in cable operations

Chapter 1333    Trade practices

Chapter 1334    Business opportunity plans

Chapter 1335    Statute of frauds

Chapter 1336    Ohio uniform fraudulent transfer act

Chapter 1337    Power of attorney

Chapter 1339    Fiduciary law

Chapter 1340    Fiduciary law

Chapter 1341    Sureties

Chapter 1343    Interest

Chapter 1345    Consumer sales practices

Chapter 1346    Tobacco product manufacturer escrow accounts

Chapter 1347    Personal information systems

Chapter 1349    Consumber protection

Chapter 1351    Lease-purchase agreements

Chapter 1353    Farm machinery or construction equipment dealers and suppliers


Ohio Administrative Code   O.A.C. 109:4 Consumer Protection

109:4-1    General Provisions

109:4-3    Deceptive Acts or Trade Practices in Connection with Consumer Transactions

109:4-4    Dispute Resolution Programs for Settlement of New Motor Vehicle Warranty Disputes

109:4-5    Informal Dispute Resolution Mechanisms for Settlement of New Motor Vehicle Warranty Disputes

109:4-6    Telemarketing Registration and Enforcement

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