Buyers are protected by sale of goods law, although sometimes written contract terms limit the protection. It is better if a contract contains express protection in relation to the quality of the products concerned and matters such as delivery dates. Most businesses supply goods and services as well as purchasing them.
This topic looks at the law relating to buying including buying and selling abroad as it is essential to know which country’s law applies to the transaction.
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