The CMA has begun court action against Care UK after it refused to refund residents who had paid compulsory upfront fees.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has told Care UK that it must refund over 1,600 residents who were charged as much as £3,000 in upfront fees or face legal action.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued guidance for care home providers on their consumer law responsibilities.
Draft advice issued by the CMA on helping care homes meet their consumer law obligations has been described as is limited in its scope by Care England.
The CMA has secured more than £2m in compensation for Sunrise Senior Living residents as part of an investigation into compulsory ‘upfront fees’.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has pledged to protect vulnerable people from unfair practices in its annual plan for 2018-19.
Stakeholders have issued a damning verdict on the Government’s response to the CMA’s investigation of the care home market.
Care England has blasted the Government’s response to a CMA investigation into the care home market as being “short on detail”.