The following definitions shall apply whenever the terms set forth below are used in this Chapter:
(1) "Distressed goods" includes all goods, wares, and merchandise sold at sales represented or advertised as a bankrupt, insolvent's, assignee's, adjuster's, trustee's, executor's, administrator's, receiver's, wholesaler's, jobber's, manufacturer's, closing out, liquidation, quitting business, fire or water damage sale, or any other sale which, by representation or advertisement, tends to lead the prospective purchaser to believe that the person conducting the sale is closing out his business or disposing of all his goods, wares, or merchandise for less than the current or prevailing prices thereof in Layton.
(2) "Persons" include any person, firm, association or corporation in Layton.
(3) "False advertising" means any advertising whether by placard, poster, sign, hand bill, newspaper, magazine, circular, radio, television, or any other means of communication, the effect of which is to state or suggest incorrectly the source, quality or price of the goods being sold or the reason for the sale thereof.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-18, Amended, 4/17/1997