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In a home solicitation sale unless the goods or services are provided as set forth in Section 715.03(d) the seller must present to the buyer and obtain his signature to a written agreement or offer to purchase which designates the date of the transaction, the date on which the buyer actually signs and contains a statement of the buyer's rights which complies with the provisions of this chapter. This statement must appear in the agreement or offer to purchase under the caption: "Buyer's right to cancel." The statement shall read substantially as follows: "If this agreement or contract was solicited at your residence and you do not want the goods or services, you may cancel this agreement by mailing or delivering a written notice to the seller. This notice must say that you do not want the goods or service and must be mailed, telegraphed or delivered before midnight on the third calendar day after you sign this agreement. This notice must be mailed, telegraphed or delivered to: insert name and mailing address of seller. If you cancel, this transaction is automatically void and you are entitled to receive a refund of any partial or total payment, trade-in or other consideration. You must tender to seller, the goods, at the place where you received them, or any part thereof, delivered to you in the transaction."
(Ord. C65-72. Passed 10-2-72.)