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An exaggerated claim about a product made in an advertisement or other promotional material. Claims of this kind that are not likely to be taken literally by consumers are considered part of the normal rhetoric of advertising: as such, they are not prohibited by the Fair Trading Act 1973.

From:  puff  in  A Dictionary of Law »

Subjects: Law.

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