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Defendant violated the CSPA by: 1) accepting deposits from consumers for home improvement goods and services and failing to provide information to consumers as to the time during which the option was binding, failing to provide dated receipts, and failing to indicate whether the deposit was refundable and under what conditions in violation of 109:4-3-07(B); 2) accepting monies from consumers and then failing to deliver the goods or services purchased or to return the downpayment to consumers in violation of 109:4-3-09(A)(1); 3) performing shoddy and unworkmanlike services; 4) failing to honor implied warranties of merchantability; and 5) making false and misleading statements regarding his ability to complete the transactions. Defendant violation HSSA and the CSPA by soliciting consumers for household goods and services and failing to evidence the solicitations in written agreements, and by failing to provide consumers with the proper notice of their right to cancel their contracts by a specific date. At a damages hearing, the Court ordered Defendant to pay $10,589.33 in consumer restitution and $175,000.00 in civil penalties.
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