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CMA consults on draft consumer law advice for care homes

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CMA consults on draft consumer law advice for care homes


The CMA is consulting on new advice to help care homes meet their consumer law obligations.


It follows the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA) year-long market study into the residential and nursing care home sector in the UK for people over 65. The study found that there is a risk of residents being treated unfairly and that some care homes may potentially be breaching consumer law.


The draft advice sets out what the CMA considers care homes should do to comply with consumer law, including:


READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/cma-consults-on-draft-consumer-law-advice-for-care-homes

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