Control of Misleading Advertisements Regulations 1988

Control of Misleading Advertisements Regulations 1988

a UK regulatory framework which gives the OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING powers to protect the general buying public from deceptive ADVERTISEMENTS. An advertisement is misleading if it deceives people by, for example, making a false statement of fact or concealing or omitting important facts about the product. See CONSUMER PROTECTION.
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The action is being taken in the High Court under the Enterprise Act 2002 and the Control of Misleading Advertisements Regulations 1988, with the OFT seeking an injunction against The Officers Club Ltd and specifically Mr Charlton.

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