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what is the basic chracter of a conctract?
offer,acceptance consideration and legailty
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what is negligence?
a duty of care exists but the defendant has broken the duty of care which caused damage to the other person or property, so therefore have suffered loss
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what are the examples of misrepresentations?
false, negilgent andinnocent misrepresentations
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what are the implied terms of Sales of Good Acts 1979?
satisfactory qaulity,fit for purpose and as described
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what are the implied terms of Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982?
reasonable care and skill,reasonable time and reasonable charge
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what is an exclusion clause?
this is a term in the contract that limits liablity of one party, in case they breach their conract or because of negligence
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what are the limitation of exclusion clauses?
death or serouis injury, loss ot or damage if they are reasonable, cannot limit liability for breahcoes on Sales of Goods Act or Supply of Goods and Services Act and for a guarantee for defective products
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what approaches do judges and courts do when dealing with exclusino clauses?
the term must be clearly brought to the consumer notice, if they didnit konw about the exclusion clause the courts will protect consumers, if the two parties have continuously dealt and if the exclusion clauses if its ambiguous
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Who can a consumer sue?
manufacterur, Abstracter, Own brands, Indistraul processand importers
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what can consumers not sue for?
Fresh food which has not been processed, Buildings and Nuclear power
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when can a consuer claim?
death of claimant , personal injury to the claimant and damage to personal property
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