Buying Defective Goods

We’ve all been there. You purchase a product, take it home, try it out, and it doesn’t work. Fortunately, the law offers protections if you buy goods that are defective.

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People's Law School
produced in
2017
last reviewed
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resource type
basics
tags
consumer rights, buying consumer goods, defective products, contracts, guarantee or warranty, implied term, Dial-A-Law