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XIV. In case of purchase and sale transactions, the terms under which the notarization of the deed will be granted shall be indicated. If applicable, the supplier shall indicate that the real property shall be free of any encumbrances upon the execution of the relevant notarial deed, and

XV. Any other requirements which this Law has set forth to be observed in the case of adhesion contracts.

ARTICLE 74.- The suppliers shall make the physical or actual delivery of the good subject-matter of the transaction within the term agreed upon with the consumer, and according to the specifications previously established or offered.

ARTICLE 75.- Adhesion contracts concerning real property shall stipulate the information set forth in Chapter VII, date of delivery, specifications, terms and other elements that define the good, as well as the information set forth in Article 73 TER. The suppliers shall not receive any payment until the contractual relationship has been reduced to writing, except with regards to investigation expenses.

ARTICLE 76.- The Agency may initiate with the judicial authorities the seizure of the goods indicated in this chapter, in case it becomes aware of the fact that the legal interest of the consumer protected by law may be threatened in transactions for which the Agency deems the performance is unlikely or unfeasible, as long as the cause of action continues.

CHAPTER VIII BIS

RIGHTS OF CONSUMERS IN TRANSACTIONS CARRIED OUT THROUGH ELECTRONIC OR OPTICAL MEANS, OR THROUGH ANY OTHER TECHNOLOGY

ARTICLE 76 BIS.- The provisions of this Chapter shall apply to relationships between suppliers and consumers in transactions carried out through the use of electronic or optical means, or through any other technology. In performing such transactions, the following shall be observed:

I. The supplier shall use the information the consumer provides on a confidential basis, and thus the supplier shall not release nor transfer it to other suppliers unrelated to the transaction, except with the express authorization from the selfsame consumer, or by reason of a request by an authority with competent jurisdiction;

II. The supplier shall use any of the technical elements available to offer safety and confidentiality regarding the information the consumer provides, and shall inform the consumer, before carrying out the transaction, the general characteristics of such elements;

III. Before carrying out the transaction, the supplier shall provide the consumer its physical address, telephone numbers and other means where the consumer can resort to submit any claims or request clarifications;

IV. The supplier shall avoid deceptive trade practices regarding the characteristics of the products, and thus shall comply with the provisions that apply to information and advertising of goods and services offered set out in this Law, and other provisions derived hereof;

V. The consumer shall be entitled to know all the information regarding the terms, conditions, costs, additional charges if applicable, and terms of payment of the goods and services offered by the supplier;

VI. The supplier shall abide by the decision of the consumer on the quantity and quality of the products the consumer wishes to receive, as well as the decision not to receive any advertising notices, and

VII. The supplier shall abstain from using sales or advertising strategies that do not provide the consumer with clear and enough information on the services offered, in particular, marketing practices

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