plain-language law. Legislation requiring nontechnical, readily comprehensible language in consumer contracts such as residential leases or insurance policies. • Many of these laws have genuinely simplified the needlessly obscure language in which consumer contracts have traditionally been couched. [Cases: Consumer Protection  6; Insurance  1773. C.J.S. Credit Reporting Agencies; Consumer Protection §§ 29–31, 33–39, 60–65; Insurance § 300.]

[Blacks Law 8th]