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(c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form 4 2005 Rights of the buyer.

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2 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Rights of the buyer

3 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Be as described Goods have to be as described and correspond to samples and this includes descriptions on labels. Prefect fit for children

4 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Be of merchantable quality Goods are of merchant quality if they are fit for the purpose or purposes for which goods of that kind are commonly bought and are as durable as it is reasonable to expect having regard to any description applied to them. What’s happening to my new T.V.!!!!!!!! It seems to be a microwave!!! Click me.

5 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Fulfil a specific purpose When a buyer asks for goods for a specific purpose, then the goods should fulfill that purpose. For example if he asks for a solution to remove tomato stains then it should do that job. I want a red pen Here you go a “red pen” (ha ha)

6 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Right to sell the goods Under the act it is assumed the seller has the right to sell the goods and that the buyer will enjoy quiet possession of the goods. Do you have a licence ?

7 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form No encumbrances For example the fact that the house is rented and they have an agreement with the tenant, that they can live there for the next 3 months must be disclosed to the new owner.

8 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Opportunity to examine When a buyer purchases goods that he did not have the opportunity to examine, the goods are not regarded as having been accepted by the buyer until he has had a reasonable opportunity to examine them.

9 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Spare parts The customer should be able to receive spare parts and after sales service for a reasonable period of time after the sale. I was told I could get spare parts after I brought it

10 (c) St Patrick's Cathedral Grammar School Form Illegal notices It is illegal to put up notices, make statements or sell goods in containers stating that goods will not be exchanged, that money will not be refunded, or that only credit notes will be given in exchange for goods returned. (expect when returning things you don’t like)


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