Fiduciary Duties and Flaming Furniture
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, October 2014
Excerpt from "Fiduciary duties and flaming furniture":
The law prohibiting the removal of furniture tags raises a lot of questions. There is of course the obvious question of why a law that is presumably consumer protection oriented would apply to apparently perpetually prohibit the consumer from removing the tag from his or her own furniture. Beyond that, if a removed tag is replaced, does that right the wrong?