EU Consumer Law and Human Rights (Oxford Studies in European

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Cape Canaveral Tour & Travel, Inc. [dclxxxvii], Leyse v. See Neptune (Vehicle Washing Equipment) Ltdv Fitzgerald [1996.] Ch 274. First, as a general rule, in order to be subject to the CFA, a transaction must involve a sale of goods, services or real estate to the general public. Further implied terms are that: (e) Unless the contract of sale specifically says so, a stipulation as to when payment for the goods must be made is not deemed to be “of the essence of the contract” (i.e. a material matter which will entitle the seller to claim that the contract has been breached (SOGA, s.10(1))). (f) Goods sold by description will correspond with their description (SOGA, s.13(1)) (Beale v Taylor [1967] 1 WLR 1193) (another welded car: “Herald, convertible white, 1961”).

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