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The right to cancel a commercial contract after it has been entered into. The right to cancel exists generally for contracts concluded at a distance (see distance selling), such as mail order and Internet sales when the contract is with a consumer, and in particular in such sectors as time-share sales and consumer credit.

Subjects: Law — Business and Management.

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