(1) The types of orders that the court may make against the person who engaged in the conduct referred to in section 93 are as follows:
(a) an order directing the person to refund or credit a payment in accordance with section 48:
(b) an order directing the person to pay to any person who has suffered loss or damage by that conduct an amount not exceeding the amount of the loss or damage (to the extent that any statutory damages that are to be paid do not adequately compensate the person for the loss or damage):
(c) an order directing the person to pay exemplary damages to any person who has suffered loss or damage by that conduct:
(d) an order for any consequential relief that the court thinks fit.
(2) The court must not make an order under subsection (1)(c) if a penalty has been imposed against the person in relation to the same conduct under section 103.
Compare: 1986 No 121 s 43(2)