Chapter 100 - TRADE PRACTICES IN THE SALE OF RESIDENTIAL HEATING OIL

  1. § 239-100-1 - Definitions
  2. § 239-100-2 - Violations
  3. § 239-100-3 - All Established Customers Receive Dealer's Offered Services
  4. § 239-100-4 - Required Heating Oil Sales
  5. § 239-100-5 - Minimum Delivery Requirement
  6. § 239-100-6 - Surcharge Permitted for Unscheduled Delivery
  7. § 239-100-7 - Price Discrimination Prohibited
  8. § 239-100-8 - Credit Discrimination Prohibited
  9. § 239-100-9 - Notice of Credit Rejection or Change of Terms Required
  10. § 239-100-10 - Reasonable Exceptions to these Rules
  11. § 239-100-11 - Suspension dates
  12. § 239-100-12 - Heating Oil Orders

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: These rules describe unfair trade practices in the sale of residential heating oil by retail dealers. They are in effect from October 15 through April 30 of each year.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
February 21, 1974
AMENDED:
October 3, 1979 (EMERGENCY)
December 26, 1979
November 5, 1980
January 7, 1991 - Section 12(EMERGENCY)
June 17, 1991 - Section 12
NON-SUBSTANTIVE CORRECTIONS:
April 4, 2000
October 16, 2008 - filing 2008-485 (EMERGENCY)
May 27, 2009 - filing 2009-202

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 5 M.R.S.A., Section207

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