Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

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Introduction

Consumer Rights is concerned with consumer’s rights and complaints which a consumer may have against a supplier of goods or services and remedies available to them. The consumer law assists the consumer by imposing certain obligations upon manufacturers and suppliers of goods and services so that no fraud is committed by a service provider ...Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Contract of Sale

A contract of sales of goods is a contract where a seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in return for money which is called the price. E.g John (seller) agrees to transfer to Mark (buyer) a mobile phone for £500 and Mark agrees and gives John the money in exchange for the mobile phone. The whole process can be described as a contract of sale of goods....Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Ownership of Goods and Services

Nemo dat quod non-habet literally means that “no one gives what he does not have” and it is a legal rule which states that, “The purchase of a possession for someone who has no ownership right to it also denies the purchaser any ownership title”....Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Seller’s Remedies

The seller can have a lien on the goods or right to retain them for the price while he is in possession of them. An unpaid seller has the right to retain possession of the goods until payment is made or price is tendered to the buyer in the following scenarios: Where the goods have been sold without any stipulation to credit. Where the goods have been sold on.Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Buyer’s Remedies

In Buyer’s Remedies A consumer has the right to reject goods which do not comply with any condition in the contract including any statutory implied conditions such as a description of product, satisfactory quality and fitness for the purpose and sale by sample. A non-consumer/purchaser of the goods has the same right to reject for breach of contract and for breach of implied conditions....Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Goods

The legislation provided that goods had to meet certain standards, and that the trader has the rights to sell (or hire) the goods. These standards such as satisfactory quality, and must correspond to their description These standards are also ‘implied terms’ of the contract. This means that it might not be expressly stated in the contract that the goods must be of satisfactory quality and quantity but they are implied in the contract. These implied t...Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Consumer Rights (Faulty Goods)

The legislation provided that goods had to meet certain standards, and that the trader has the rights to sell (or hire) the goods. These standards such as satisfactory quality, and must correspond to their description These standards are also ‘implied terms’ of the contract. This means that it might not be expressly stated in the contract that the goods must be of satisfactory quality and quantity but they are implied in the contract. These implied t...Read More

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Passing of Property

The passing of property stands for the change in ownership. When a property changes ownership it is referred as the passing of property, for example from seller to buyer. In a contract for the sale of specific or ascertained goods, the property in them is transferred to the buyer at such time as the parties to the contract intend for it to be transferred or agreed otherwise. For ascertaining the intentions of the parties, (when shall pro...Read More

Civil Litigation and Consumer Rights

Consumer Credit

A consumer credit is an agreement between an individual (the debtor) and any other person (the creditor) by which the creditor provides the debtor with credit of any amount which is regulated by the Consumer Credit Association (CCA). ‘Credit’ includes a cash loan and any other form of financial accommodation. It is also assumed that the credit given is in Sterling. There are two types of credit: Running Account Credit and fixed-sum credit....Read More

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Football, Commission and Agents

Football Intermediaries 3% compulsory commission fees, how fair are they? An Intermediary is ´´A natural or legal person who, for a fee or free of charge, represents players and/or clubs in negotiations with a view to concluding an employment contract or represents clubs in negotiations with a view to concluding a transfer agreement´´. FIFA replaced the FIFA Player´s Agents Regulations, which ceased to exist on the 1st April 2015 and the licensing system for agents was replaced by a licensing system for intermediaries in accordance with FIFA regulations on working with intermediaries´´.....Read More

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