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Consumer Protection Toolkit: Door-to-Door Home Renovations

If you enter into a contract for home renovations with someone who comes to your door, you have made a direct agreement that is covered under Ontario's Consumer Protection Act. This toolkit describes your rights under direct agreements and gives some tips for dealing with door-to-door home renovators.

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2013
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Resource Book: Consumer Protection Education for Rural Ontario, 27 pages