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Latest revision as of 16:22, 13 November 2019

941-Small Claims-Civil Issues

HEALTH SPAS/STUDIOS/CLUBS go back


The consumer should try to work with the health club first to resolve the issue. If they are unable to get it resolved they might try to contact a local consumer protection agency and/or the Attorney General's office, or seek legal help from a private attorney.



See Also:

Contracts (Fact Sheet)

Small Claims Advisors and Court Locations/Small Claims Court