Case name: Secondary Market Event Ticket Sales Class Action Quebec Superior Court file #: 500-06-000754-156 Important message concerning settlements reached in this file: Several companies that were initially named as Defendants have agreed to a settlement that resolves the class action insofar as it concerns them. These companies [...]
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Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Québec’s Consumer Protection Act ("CPA"), residing in Québec at the time of purchase, who from June 23rd, 2013 to January 22, 2020 (the “Class Period”), while physically located in Québec, has purchased from Viagogo’s desktop website or mobile application at least one "Ticket" (as defined in s.(1d.1) CPA as meaning any document or instrument that, on presentation, grants the ticket holder admission 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 Viagogo on its website and/or mobile application (at the first step), excluding the Québec sales tax or the Goods and Services Tax;
Every consumer pursuant to the Quebec Consumer Protection Act who, from November 15, 2013 to April 15, 2020 purchased in Quebec for a child under 13 years of age then present inside a McDonald's restaurant, a toy or Happy Meal, during an advertising campaign directed at children taking place inside the restaurant.
All consumers who, between March 14, 2016 and November 24, 2019, paid to SCI Lease Corp. a fee to exercise their option to purchase their vehicle ("buyback") during or at the end of their lease and which was not disclosed in their lease.
Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who, since November 4th, 2016, while located in the province of Quebec, made a booking for anywhere in the world using Turo’s website or mobile application and who paid a price higher than the price initially advertised by Turo at the first step (excluding the QST or the GST).
All consumers within the meaning of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act who, from April 19th to 20th, 2016 (the “Class Period”), purchased a vacation package (flight, hotel, or both) from Air Canada Vacations (Touram), and who, after receiving a purchase confirmation from Touram at the price which Touram initially advertised, subsequently had their purchase cancelled by Touram.
Every person residing in Quebec, who between August 22nd, 2014 and June 26th, 2019, while located in the province of Quebec, made a booking for anywhere in the world, for a purpose other than business travel, using Airbnb’s websites and/or mobile application and who paid a price higher than the price initially advertised by Airbnb (excluding the QST or the GST).
All legal and natural persons (excluding minors, defined as natural persons under 18 years of age as of July 23, 2019) who were residents of Canada (including without limitation any of its provinces and territories) during the Class Period and who purchased and/or used or consumed one or more Red Bull CEDs in Canada during the Class Period, excluding Released Parties.
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.
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.