Utah Deceptive Trade Practices Laws
|Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act Adopted||No (§13-11a-1, et seq.)|
|False Advertising Forbidden||Yes (§13-11a-3)|
|Who May Bring Suit||State; consumer (§13-11a-4)|
|Remedies Available||Declaratory judgment, enjoin, greater of $2,000 or actual damages; actual damages; costs and attorney's fees; possible injunctive relief; remedies are in addition to remedies available for same conduct under state or local law (§13-11a-4)|
|Auto Odometer Tampering Forbidden||Yes third degree felony (§41-1a-1319); Class B misdemeanor to offer for sale, sell, use, or install a device that causes the odometer to register miles other than true miles (§41-1a-1310)|
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