The FTC has issued a Notice that it has determined that certain acts or practices concerning the advertising and sale of home improvement products are unfair or deceptive, and violate the FTC Act.
The FTC administrative decisions establishing penalty offenses concerning the advertising and sale of home improvement products:
- Am. Aluminum Corp., 84 F.T.C. 23 (1974), aff’d per curiam, 522 F .2d 1278 (5th Cir. 1975).
- S. States Distribution Co., Inc., 83 F.T.C. 1126 (1973).
- Certified Bldg. Prods., Inc., 83 F.T.C. 1004 (1973), aff’d sub. nom., Thiret v. FTC, 512 F .2d 176 (10th Cir. 1975).
- All-State Indus. of N. Carolina, Inc., 75 F.T.C. 465 (1969), 423 F.2d 423 (4th Cir. 1970).
- Royal Constr. Co., 71 F.T.C. 762 (1967).
About Notices of Penalty Offenses
A Notice of Penalty Offenses is a document listing certain types of conduct that the FTC has determined, in one or more litigated administrative cases, to be unfair or deceptive in violation of the FTC Act.
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