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

94/7 §2 A commercial practice whereby a vendor conceals a substantial piece of information as defined in §1 or supplies it in a manner which is unclear, unintelligible, ambiguous or at the wrong time or where he does not indicate his commercial intention when that is not already apparent from the context and where, in either case, the consumer is thereby led or capable of being led to make a commercial decision which he would not otherwise have made shall also be deemed to be a misleading omission.

Law on market practices and the protection of consumers

90 §2 Shall also be regarded as a misleading omission, a commercial practice that conceals material information as defined in §1, taking in account the details as laid down in this paragraph, or supplies it in an unclear, unintelligible, ambiguous or untimely manner or fails to identify his commercial intent if not already apparent from the context, and where, in either case, this causes or is likely to cause the average consumer to take a transactional decision that he would not have maken otherwise.