Terms of Contract Explained
Contracts consist of various statements, promises and stipulations grouped together under the word Terms. These terms may be expressly stated in the contract or implied. It is the terms of the contract which determine each parties rights and duties and the remedies available if these terms are broken.Get Legal Advice
“… my mother recently bought a car in a private sale… the vehicle was advertised for sale in our local paper… it was described as having one careful owner, good condition and 70,000 miles on the clock… when [my mother] went to view the car she agreed to buy the car but asked the seller to give her a receipt of purchase stating the same details contained in the original advertisement… the seller agreed…we have now discovered the car has actually done more than double the mileage the seller claimed… do we have a case to get our money back..”
“… I bought a microwave oven from my local [supermarket] in a new years sale… it had a warranty stating 12 months guarantee… it broke after 4 months… when I tried to return it for a refund the store told me because it was sold in a sale for a discount… the warranty did not apply…”
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