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Law on commercial practices and the provision of information to and the protection of consumers

94/7 §1 A commercial practice is regarded as a misleading omission if, in its factual context, taking all its features and all the circumstances into account as well as the limits specific to the means of communication used, it omits a substantial piece of information which the consumer needs, in the context, in order to make an informed commercial decision and, consequently, leads him or is capable of leading him to make a commercial decision which he would not otherwise have made.

Law on market practices and the protection of consumers

90 §1 A commercial practice shall be regarded as misleading if, in its factual context, taking account of all its features and circumstances and the limitations of the communication medium, it omits material information that the consumer needs, according to the context, to take an informed transcational decision and, thereby, cause or is likely to cause him to take a transactional decision that he would not have taken otherwise.