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Dear Sir/Madam, I wanted to clarify something in relation to what i know someone in a company is doing. They are conducting a business that is unethical, for instance they are fitting furniture that they know is poor quality, not dangerous, just not the quality you would expect for custom made furniture. I know the owner states this is just unethical and there is no criminal law in the UK for this and not many customers can tell the difference in quality anyway. So in general i wanted to clarify does something have to be actually written in UK Criminal Law to prosecute something like this to make it an offence. Can it not just come under the Fraud Act for the UK, or does there specifically need to be a law for this, like we have with drugs laws. I just wanted to clarify being unethical and of course being illegal, as i want to advise the person correctly on what they are doing. I wanted some clear advice on the distinction between the two and how you can determine if something is illegal or unethical (for instance could be sued for something under breach of contract but no prosecution.) If someone could please clarify this for me this would be appreciated. Yours faithfully, John XXXXX
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