UTPA

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UTPAUniversity of Texas - Pan American
UTPAUnfair Trade Practices Act
UTPAUltrasonic Testing Phased Array
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74, 74-75 (1988); David Belt, Unresolved Issues Under the Unfair Trade Practices Act, 82CONN.
73) By 1947, the NAIC had completed its work, resulting in the Unfair Trade Practices Act (UTPA).
The plaintiffs asserted violations of Louisiana antitrust laws and Louisiana's Unfair Trade Practices Act and alleged that the defendants breached their contracts and made libelous statements against them.
In that case, investigators informed the gas retailer of possible violations of the Unfair Trade Practices Act, officials said.
Sunbelt was awarded the cash under the unfair trade practices act and was also invited to petition the court for recovery of its legal fees.
Mitro, frustrated with Allstate's handling of the claim, filed a complaint against Allstate for breach of contract, bad faith and violations of the Unfair Trade Practices Act, stating that Allstate had unreasonably refused her claim and had issued neither payment nor denial of the claim.
The suit also charges Microsoft with violating the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
The complaint seeks penalties of $10,000 for each violation of Florida's Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act and $1,000 for each violation of the state's game promotional law.
Lastly, in Alberta, one can look to the Unfair Trade Practices Act for some remedy against an infortuitous renovation.
The ultimate outcome of this lawsuit, based on the 1937 Arkansas Unfair Trade Practices Act, may also affect both consumers and retailers for years.
The state supreme court decision reversed an October 1993 decision where the state Chancery Court found that Wal-Mart had intended to destroy competition by its pricing policies in violation of the state's Unfair Trade Practices Act.