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Therefore for the purposes of section 20(2)(a) an employed branch manager who failed to comply with a price indication so that it was misleading did not do so 'in the course of any business of his'.The appeal would be allowed and the conviction set aside.We are independent of services so aren't able to answer questions about them (such as opening times and services available) Your feedback comments are confidential.If you require a response, please contact the centre directly.A person employed as a branch manager who gave a misleading price indication was not acting 'in the course of any business of his' and was therefore not guilty of an offence under section 20(1) of the Consumer Protection Act 1987. The prosecutor appealed to the Divisional Court who held that the notice was misleading because the defendant refused to honour its terms and that he had been acting 'in the course of any business of his', interpreting that phrase as meaning 'in the course of his business, trade or profession'.

You're 4 times more likely to quit smoking with support so we're working with Warwickshire County Council to offer it locally.The question of whether an employed branch manager who failed to comply with a price indication did so 'in the course of any business of his' was more difficult.At first sight the Divisional Court's decision had the appeal of simplicity and common sense: the appellant's business was to manage Dixons' branch, his refusal arose in the course of that business and therefore he was guilty of the offence charged.At column 1,140 of Hansard vol 485, the minister, Lord Beaverbrook, in reply to a proposed amendment to delete the words 'of his', said on 12 March 1987 that it was right to draft the Bill so that proceedings were directed against employers, that is the body corporate standing behind the misleading price indication, rather than individual employees, and therefore the words 'of his' were included to ensure that individual employees would not be prosecuted.The answers given by the minister were consistent with the construction his Lordship felt obliged to put on the legislation.

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