Virginia Code Title 59.1. Trade and Commerce § 59.1-501.4:1. Consumer protection law governs
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(a) In this section, “consumer protection law” means a consumer protection statute, rule, or regulation, or other state executive or legislative action that has the effect of law and any applicable judicial or administrative decisions interpreting those statutes, rules, regulations or actions.
(b) Except as otherwise provided in this section, this chapter does not limit, modify or supersede a consumer protection statute, administrative rule, regulation or procedure.
(c) If a consumer protection law requires a term to be conspicuous, the standard of conspicuousness under the consumer protection law applies. However, a provision in the consumer protection law requiring a term to be conspicuous does not preclude that term from being presented electronically.
(d) If a consumer protection law requires a writing or a signature, a record or authentication suffices.
(e) If a consumer protection law addresses assent, consent, or manifestation of assent, the standard of assent, consent, or manifestation of assent under the consumer protection law applies and may be accomplished electronically.
(f) The applicability of a consumer protection law is determined by that law as it would have applied in the absence of this chapter.
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