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Do you take what is offered without questioning your rights as a consumer and never bother to complain when things go wrong? Or do you look carefully at what you are buying to make sure that the goods you want are the right size or colour or are durable enough to last you a long time, or are exactly right for your particular purpose? Moreover, when the kind ofbuying you are doing is on a business footing and may require your signature, or when you are buying something on credit, do you carefully scrutinise the small print before putting pen to paper?
The buyer must pay a reasonable price for the goods - this will depend on the circumstances of each particular case. The duties under the Act are owed by the shop or dealer and cannot be fobbed off on to the manufacturer. The Act makes implied terms of the contract of sale: 1. that the goods supplied under the contract correspond to the description (Section 13); 2. e. they should have been sold in that condition; 3. that the goods supplied under the contract are fit for their purpose (Section 14 ); 4.
24 Shopping 2S dealer. Sometimes individual rights and obligations are clear and a remedy is readily available. At other times, the law may appear to work against you and you may find you are the 'loser', or that you are bound to a certain obligation you didn't intend to happen. It is a wise precaution to know something about the law both as a consumer, and as a dealer. Legal protection Since the late nineteenth century when there was extensive industrial expansion and a vast growth in trading and consumer buying, Parliament has been introducing laws which have increasingly given protection to the consumer against unfair bargaining practices.