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replacement

noun alternate, alternative, change, commutation, compensation, counterfeit, delegate, deputy, dislocation, displacement, envoy, equivalent, exchange, fill in, interchange, makeshift, proxy, reclamation, reconstruction, recovery, refund, reinstatement, relief, removal, renewal, renovation, reorganization, reparation, representative, reproduction, restitution, restoration, secondary, shift, stand in, subrogation, substitute, successor, supersedure, supersession, supplanter, surrogate, surrogation, swap, switch, temporary expedient, transfer, transposition, understudy
Associated concepts: replacement cost
See also: alternative, change, correction, cover, defeasance, discharge, dismissal, exchange, novation, preemption, refund, reimbursement, reparation, restitution, stopgap, subrogation, substitute, succedaneum, successor

replacement

a new remedy open to consumers in the UK under regulations promulgated in 2002 where goods are supplied in breach of contract. The vendor has the choice to repair instead. This is additional to the traditional rules on breach of contract.
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