State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 241 > 241.025

241.025

241.025 Contracts for employment. Any person who shall represent, as an inducement to the sale of any course of study, that that person or the school offering such course will, upon the purchaser's completion of such course, place such purchaser in employment unless there is a written contract between such school and an employer whereby the latter is bound to furnish such employment as represented, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Such purchaser shall be entitled, if such representation is made and no such contract exists, to have the purchase price, tuition, fee or other consideration paid for the course refunded and may recover the same in an action of debt.

241.025 - ANNOT.

History: 1991 a. 316.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 241 > 241.025

241.025

241.025 Contracts for employment. Any person who shall represent, as an inducement to the sale of any course of study, that that person or the school offering such course will, upon the purchaser's completion of such course, place such purchaser in employment unless there is a written contract between such school and an employer whereby the latter is bound to furnish such employment as represented, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Such purchaser shall be entitled, if such representation is made and no such contract exists, to have the purchase price, tuition, fee or other consideration paid for the course refunded and may recover the same in an action of debt.

241.025 - ANNOT.

History: 1991 a. 316.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Wisconsin > 241 > 241.025

241.025

241.025 Contracts for employment. Any person who shall represent, as an inducement to the sale of any course of study, that that person or the school offering such course will, upon the purchaser's completion of such course, place such purchaser in employment unless there is a written contract between such school and an employer whereby the latter is bound to furnish such employment as represented, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Such purchaser shall be entitled, if such representation is made and no such contract exists, to have the purchase price, tuition, fee or other consideration paid for the course refunded and may recover the same in an action of debt.

241.025 - ANNOT.

History: 1991 a. 316.

Categories