the law applicable to the contract where the parties do not have a free choice, or the fact that the parties are free to choose the law applicable and, in the latter case, the law the firm proposes to choose; and
the arrangements for handling policyholders’ complaints concerning contracts including, where appropriate, the existence of a complaints body (usually the Financial Ombudsman Service), without prejudice to the policyholders’ right to take legal proceedings.
An EEA firm must inform a1 customer, before any commitment is entered into, of the EEA State in which the head office or, where appropriate, the branch1 with which the contract is to be concluded, is situated.11
An EEA firm must ensure that the1 contract or any other document granting cover, together with the insurance proposal where it is binding upon the customer, states1 the address of the head office, or, where appropriate, of the branch of the firm1 which grants the cover.111
The information to be provided on the right to cancel is:
the conditions for exercising it;
information on the amount which the consumer may be required to pay if he exercises it;
the consequences of not exercising it; and
the practical instructions for exercising it.
The information must be provided in good time before conclusion of the contract and in writing or another durable medium.