1. Within ten days after a door-to-door sale has been cancelled or an offer to purchase
revoked, the seller shall tender to the buyer all payments made by the buyer and any
note or other evidence of indebtedness.
2. If the down payment includes goods traded in, the goods shall be tendered in substantially
as good condition as when received by the seller. If the seller fails to tender the goods as provided by this section, the buyer may
elect to recover an amount equal to the trade-in allowance stated in the agreement.
3. If the seller refuses within the period prescribed by subdivision one to return
all payments made by the buyer, he shall be liable to the buyer for the said payments
and if the buyer is successful in his action therefor or appeal thereon, the court
shall award him one hundred dollars plus reasonable attorney's fees and costs, in
addition to such payments.
4. Until the seller has complied with this section, the buyer may retain possession
of goods delivered to him by the seller and shall have a lien on the goods in his
possession or control for any recovery to which he may be entitled.
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