Consumer Protection Act, 2003

13 Nov, 2003

COMMENTS: The Consumer Protection Act of 2003 establishes general principles of consumer protection, establishes a Consumer Protection Council, governs consumer contracts with suppliers and service providers, and regulates advertising. Potentially pertinent to tobacco control, it prohibits false or misleading advertising and requires warning labels on harmful products. To the best of our knowledge, these provisions have not been applied to tobacco products.

To the best of our knowledge, all laws provided here are in effect as of July 24, 2024 unless otherwise noted.