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n Without Prejudice - Plain language is plain necessary : consumer law

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Abstract

A few years ago, with the introduction of the Consumer Protection Act (68 of 2008) (CPA) everyone was worked up about plain language, and plain language practitioners saw a surge of work. But then the Act became enforceable, and nothing happened, and slowly the compulsion to have contracts and consumer facing communications in plain language petered out.

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2016-05-01
2016-12-05
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