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"Singapore's consumer watchdog has obtained a temporary court injunction against Concord Developments, a business and management consultancy services company. The Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE) said today that with the injunction, Concord Developments cannot carry out certain practices deemed unfair under the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act. CASE said a district court has ordered Concord not to make false claims and/or representations on the subscription agreement (SA) between consumers and Kinson Real Estate PLC.
The order includes injunctions preventing claims that could mislead consumers into thinking that if they enter into the SA, they would be entitled to the "Leisure Alliance" (LA) or "Our Vacation Club" (OVC) agreements with Boston Ventures for free. The order also applies to claims that could give the impression that LA or OVC agreements with Boston Ventures and the SA were part and parcel of a single agreement, and that payment for this single agreement would be used as a deposit towards the SA. The court also ordered Concord not to make false claims and/or representations to existing timeshare owners which could mislead them into thinking that they would be released from all liabilities under their existing timeshare agreements.
The order applies until the trial, in which CASE intends to apply for a permanent injunction on similar terms."
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