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36 .         Certain disputes between purchasers and dealers, Commissioner may intervene in

                Unless proceedings with respect to the dispute have commenced in a court of competent jurisdiction, where a dispute arises between a purchaser and dealer as to —

            (a)         the extent of the obligations of the dealer under section 34; or

            (b)         the manner of the carrying out by the dealer of those obligations; or

            (c)         the amount of the fair cost of repairing or making good any defect referred to in section 35(1); or

            (d)         any other matter or thing, whether or not of the same kind as the foregoing, arising out of the application of this Act,

                the Commissioner may advise in writing both the dealer and the purchaser that he proposes to determine the dispute under section 37 and where he does so he shall request them to make written submissions to him on the matter within 14 days of the date of the request.

        [Section 36 amended: No. 49 of 1979 s. 16; No. 59 of 2004 s. 141.]

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