Maine Revised Statutes

§4663. Consumer's right of avoidance

Where merchandise is sold or contracted to be sold, whether under a single contract or under multiple contracts, to a consumer as a result of or in connection with a salesman's direct contact accomplished by means of and including, but not limited to, a personal visit or a telephone call, upon the consumer other than at the seller's place of business, without the consumer soliciting the initial contact or sale, the consumer may void the contract or sale by giving notice of his intention not to be bound by the contract or sale and returning or making available for return any merchandise delivered pursuant to the terms of this subchapter. [1977, c. 331, (RPR).]

SECTION HISTORY
1969, c. 395, (NEW). 1977, c. 331, (RPR).