Sale of Goods Act
Claims pursuant to the Sale of Goods Act are extremely common. Whether it is a pair of shoes or an Aston Martin, you expect to get what you pay for in terms of quality and description. In these cases, an in-depth knowledge of the particular legislation and case law is certainly required, along with a necessity to act quickly when you discover a problem with goods you may have purchased.
Our team will assess the merits of your claim and seek to resolve your dispute using their expertise and experience in this area of law.
Recent examples of work done:
- Advising a client based in New Zealand who purchased a vehicle from the UK but found the vehicle failed to satisfy New Zealand safety regulations.
- How to buy a horse There are very few transactions where you spend thousands of pounds simply on the basis of a verbal agreement. Nonetheless, this is still how the purchase of most horses is carried out. This is fine – until something...