All consumers who had a vehicle lease agreement with any of the Defendants and, since March 14, 2016, paid a fee to exercise their option to purchase their vehicle (“buyback”) at the end of their lease which was not disclosed in their lease.
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All consumers who purchased, in Canada any Canada Dry Ginger Ale product marketed as “Made from Real Ginger” or “Fait à partir de vrai gingembre”.
All consumers in Canada who have received textured surface breast implants manufactured, marketed or sold by Allergan Inc., Inamed Corporation, Mentor Worldwide LLC or Ideal Implant Inc.
All persons who were required to pay monies to the state as a mandatory victim surcharge.
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who, since June 1st, 2015, purchased a beverage from the Bar Valet de Carreau, Bar Dame de Coeur, Bar Roi de pique and/or the Bar Poker, all situated in the Casino de Montréal, and who would have been charged, between 12:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m., on nights from Saturday to Sunday, a higher price than that advertised on the menu.
All persons, entities, partnerships or organizations resident or domiciled in Quebec, who, since May 31st, 2015, had a hypothecary loan and/or a collateral hypothec with any of the Defendants and who paid a mortgage prepayment charge in an amount that exceeds three months of interest as a result of paying off their mortgage early;
Class: All natural persons, legal persons established for a private interest, partnerships and associations or other groups not endowed with juridical personality, resident in Canada (subsidiarily Quebec), who purchased and/or leased a BMW that was recalled by Transport Canada under Recall #2017-470 and Recall #2017-588, including the BMW 1 Series (2008 to 2011), BMW 3 Series (2006 to 2011), BMW 5 Series (2007 to 2011), BMW X3 (2007 to 2011), BMW X5 (2007 to 2010), BMW Z4 (2007 to 2011).
Consumers residing in Quebec who purchased on the primary market at least one (1) ticket to an event in the Province of Quebec using either: a mobile phone or other mobile device via either www.ticketmaster.ca or one of the Ticketmaster mobile applications, between June 23, 2013 and May 24, 2017, or with respect to certain Quebec Venues, the www.ticketmaster.ca website with the use of a desktop computer or standard internet browser, between September 30, 2015 and May 24, 2017.
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”), residing in Quebec at the time of purchase, who since August 28th, 2012 (the “Class Period”), while physically located in Quebec, has purchased from any of the Respondents at least one “Ticket” (as defined in section 236.1 CPA as meaning any document or instrument that upon presentation gives the ticket holder a right of entry to a show, sporting event, cultural event, exhibition or any other kind of entertainment) either: (a) at a price above that announced by the vendor authorized to sell the Tickets by the producer of the event; and/or, (b) who paid a price higher than the price advertised by Respondents on their respective websites and/or mobile applications (at the first step), excluding the Quebec sales tax or the Goods and Services Tax; or any other group to be determined by the Court;
Class: Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who purchased an Apple Product including an iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, iPod and/or a MacBook;