"Prices may be subject to changes"

This sentence is often included in current consumer contracts. In long-term contracts there will be a natural need to adjust prices or terms at some point. But terms of contract giving an undertaking unrestricted access to change the price may be set aside as unfair, and that may have serious consequences for the undertaking in question. At the moment, the Danish Consumer Ombudsman focuses on changing current consumer contracts.

Read the Danish Consumer Ombudsman's comments (in Danish) here.

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