merchantable quality


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merchantable quality

a now obsolete implied term that applied in contacts of sale. See now QUALITY.
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Shoes must be light and merchantable quality, quality tailoring, wrinkle-free, curved seams or other defects.
She denied any responsibility for Toby's state of health or that he "lacked merchantable quality at the time of sale or was unfit for purpose".
Pierson alleges that the hip implants she was fitted with “were not of merchantable quality, and have both commenced to malfunction.
The goods must be as described to you, they must be fit for their intended purpose and be of merchantable quality. If an item is faulty, you have a right to a refund, repair or replacement.
IV Clarification: Consumer Guarantees and Acceptable Quality A From Implied Terms to Consumer Guarantees B From Merchantable Quality to Acceptable Quality 1 Fit for All Normal Purposes 2 Acceptable in Appearance and Finish 3 Free from Defects 4 Safety 5 Durability 6 Price, Packaging and Pre-Contractual Statements V Clarification: The Relationship between Consumer Guarantees and Extended Warranties VI Substantive Changes: The Regulation of Express Warranties VII Substantive Changes: The Remedial Regime A The Right to Reject Goods B Compensation and Damages 1 Compensation Based on Reduction of the Value of the Goods or Services 2 Reasonably Foreseeable Losses VIII Conclusion I INTRODUCTION
You'll have to take the dealer to the small claims court, but you must prove the car wasn't of merchantable quality at the time of sale.
(c) Part V, Division 2: implying terms into consumer transactions as to merchantable quality and fitness for purpose;
Construction inspection year plan, 2) certificate of construction companies qualities Table 2: Legal regulations on fittings quality in Hong Kong Regulations Details Cap 26 Sale of Goods Ordinance Goods of any kind should be of Section 2(5) merchantable quality: 1) Fit for the purpose(s) for the commonlypurchased; 2) Standard appearance and finish; 3) Free from defects; 4) Safe; 5) Durable.
Conditions as to merchantable quality of products where examination of samples has shown that a proportion of the poultry did not meet the requirements laid down in Article 6 of Regulation (EEC) No 1538/91
Ms Lowe said: 'Surprisingly, there has been little case law in this area since the concept of 'satisfactory quality' replaced the old 'merchantable quality' standard following an amendment in 1995 to the Sale of Goods Act 1979.
In a High Court writ the Duke's lawyers allege that Cessna and its agents failed to design,make, service and sell an aircraft of merchantable quality.
These contracts also protect the supplier against legal action by the customer, who might otherwise claim that the goods or services were not fit for their intended purpose, not of merchantable quality, or did not conform to the description given for them.