Answer 3

All goods purchased by a consumer are subject to an implied warranty of quality and suppliers cannot contract out of this provision. This means that a consumer has the right to receive goods which are:

  • Of good quality and are reasonably suited for the purpose for which they are intended for, failing which the consumer has the right to return the goods and ask for either
  • Replacement
  • Repair or
  • Refund
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