26-239 C.M.R. ch. 100, § 12 - Heating Oil Orders

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

When a dealer quotes to a person a specific heating oil price and the person places an order, the dealer must deliver the oil at that price unless the dealer has specifically stated to the person that:

A. The price per gallon is determined on the day the oil is actually delivered; and
B. The price on delivery day may be higher or lower than the quoted price.

Comments

This rule insures that a person who orders oil is charged at the price quoted by the dealer unless the dealer specifically communicates to that person that the quoted price is subject to change and that the price the person will pay is the dealer's price on the day the oil is actually delivered.

The effective date of this new addition to Chapter 100 is the date this emergency rule is actually promulgated.

Notes

26-239 C.M.R. ch. 100, § 12

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