Government Review of Sale of Goods Law

The Government is seeking to review Sale of Goods Law.  The proposals are trying to make the law clearer for all concerned and includes:-

1. Change ‘implied terms’ such as ‘satisfactory quality’ and fit for purpose’ into clearer statutory guarantees.

2. Clear time limits to reject goods.

3. Fixing the number of times a seller can repair goods before the requirement to refund kicks in.

4. Put limits on how much reduction can be applied for use when refunding a customer.

We will keep you posted on developments.

Published: 06 Aug 2012

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