Sale of Goods Act 1979
The Sale of Goods Act lays down several conditions that all goods sold by a trader must meet. The goods must be:
- as described
- of satisfactory quality
- fit for purpose
If a product does not meet these requirements, the consumer has legal rights. We can advise both consumers and suppliers or retailers on these rights and obligations.
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