Kentucky Consumer Laws
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Laws and regulations meant to protect consumers from deceptive business practices, financial or online fraud, and the forces of the marketplace in general are referred to as consumer laws. But there's quite a bit of crossover into other legal areas, as a number of business, real estate, and criminal laws also protect consumer interests. Kentucky consumer laws prohibit identity theft, Ponzi schemes, and pyramid schemes, while protecting consumers from being stuck with an inoperable or devalued new car (also called a "lemon"). Learn more about Kentucky consumer laws in this section by clicking on one of the topics below.
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