Second, the materials which bear the minimum speed small print
also offer entertainment services such as Netflix, Hooq and NBA pass.
The European Consumers Centres Network can be helpful provided there is evidence of a breach of contract, rather than small print
There are very few European online print service providers who, as Onlineprinters GmbH, offer brochures in single or small print
runs at economical prices.
It means they are trying to sell us something we don't need, so in order to make it more attractive, they lie about it, then admit they were lying the whole time - in the small print
Having found the magnifying glass, one may then find that the small print
is in one of many languages.
Norwich & Peterborough Building Society, Metro Bank, NatWest and Halifax were also found to have small print
running to more than 25,000 words.
He said the guide, and similar publications, appeared to invite free representation but on close inspection of the small print
revealed they are, in fact, a contract.
Freeman Despite paying pet insurance premiums, Mr Freeman's wife Stephanie was told they had not complied with the small print
The small print
of the Pre-Budget Report is coming under scrutiny as economists try to work out the full implications of Alistair Darling's strategy to bring down the country's Au178 billion annual deficit.
Byline: A standard property contract is coming to Dubai's real estate market, aiming to get rid of misleading small print
1 : to look or peer with the eyes partly closed <She squinted to read the small print
You need detail of exactly what the pounds 80 is for and where in the small print
it states you are liable.