Government of Saskatchewan
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority

August 9, 2017 - Dealers need to know the risks of failing to disclose negative equity to consumers when taking a trade-in on a vehicle sales transaction.

June 13, 2017 - Kyle Martin pleaded guilty at Humboldt Provincial Court to 13 counts of operating as a vehicle dealer without a licence.

Feb. 16, 2017 - the attached compliance order that was issued to Kelly and Bell Holdings LTD. DBA - Acura Centre of Saskatoon.

Feb. 8, 2017 the attached compliance order that was issued to Capital GMC Buick Cadillac Ltd.

Feb. 10, 2017 - This “program” operates with business practices that violates The Consumer Protection and Business Practices Act (the Act)

Nov. 12, 2016 - The new vehicle dealer regulations in The Consumer Protection and Business Practices Act (CPBPA) prohibit a person from selling and leasing vehicles without a licence (curbing).

April 2016 - As a result of a complaint FCAA has become aware of a number of dealers wholesaling vehicles to unlicensed individuals, also known as curbers. This is contrary to section 5-20 (1) of the Consumer Protection and Business Practices Act regulations.

April 2016 - Prior to the sale contract, the new Vehicle Dealer Regulations place a limit on the deposit collected by dealers from a prospective buyer. Deposits may not be greater than 2 per cent of the list price of a vehicle before a purchase is made.

April 2016 - Dealers need to tell the buyer all the details about a vehicle before it is sold. These details are referred to as “Material Disclosure” in the new regulations.

April 2016 - The new regulations provide for a minimum warranty on the sale of some used vehicles. If a used vehicle has less than 200,000 kilometres, the dealer must provide a minimum warranty on the power train for 30 days or 1,000 kilometres, whichever occurs first.

August 28, 2015 - Saskatchewan's new vehicle dealer Regulations have been passed as part of The Consumer Protection and Business Practices Amendment Regulations, 2015. The new regulations are expected to come into force in 2016.



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