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50-658. Collision damage waiver; deceptive acts or practices. The commission of any deceptive act or practice in the advertisement or sales of collision damage waivers is prohibited. The following are deceptive acts or practices when conducted by a lessor or its officials or representatives:

(a) The making of any false or misleading statements either orally or in writing, in connection with the sale, offer to sell, or advertisement of a collision damage waiver;

(b) the omission of any material statement in connection with the sale, offer to sell, or advertisement of a collision damage waiver, which under the circumstances should have been made in order to make the statements that were made not misleading;

(c) the making of any statement that the purchase of a collision damage waiver is mandatory;

(d) at the time of the sale, the failure to provide proper disclosure that the purchase of a collision damage waiver may be duplicative of the lessee's automobile insurance contract; and

(e) any deceptive act or practice as defined in K.S.A. 50-626 and amendments thereto.

History: L. 1988, ch. 193, ยง 7; January 1, 1989.


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