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An individual who commits an affirmative act or a knowing omission that the Consumer Fraud Act has made actionable can be liable individually

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The Consumer Fraud Act

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A plaintiff must prove damages to recover for breach of contract or Consumer Fraud Act claim

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Where a plaintiff established the unconscionability of defendants’ conduct, and demonstrated an ascertainable loss, and proved a causal relationship between defendants’ conduct and that ascertainable loss, the plaintiff is entitled to treble damages and an award of counsel fees under the Consumer Fraud Act

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What is an ascertainable loss under the Consumer Fraud Act

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A finding that an automotive repair dealer committed any one of the deceptive practices listed in N.J.A.C. 13:45A-26C.2 is sufficient to justify a finding of violation of the Consumer Fraud Act and to support a damage award

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The consumer fraud statute is aimed at promoting truth and fair dealing in the market place

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The Consumer Fraud Act

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A Consumer Fraud Act claim

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To establish an act of omission a plaintiff must show that a defendant knowingly concealed a material fact with the intention that plaintiff rely upon the concealment

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