The Attorney General is the chief legal counsel and advisor to state government in North Dakota. He represents and defends the interests of the state and the people of North Dakota in civil and criminal actions. He may take legal action to protect the rights of North Dakotans, defend the actions of state officials, and ensure public order. The Attorney General is a member of numerous boards and commissions, including the Board of University and School Lands, Industrial Commission (which oversees all state-owned industries), Drug and Alcohol Commission, Judicial Council and Pardon Advisory Board.
Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division (CPAT) assists consumers by enforcing the states consumer fraud laws prohibiting misleading and deceptive practices in connection with the sale or advertisement of merchandise. CPAT investigates and prosecutes consumer fraud cases, mediates individual consumer complaints, and educates the public on how to avoid becoming victims of fraud.
If you have a consumer problem or question, call the Consumer Protection Division at 328-3404, 800-366-6888 (TTY), or toll free at 1-800-472-2600.
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600 E. Boulevard Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58505
TTY: 800 366-6888
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