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Blackstone's Sale and Supply of Goods, Services and Consumer Credit

ISBN13: 9781841741208
ISBN: 1841741205
Published: January 2001
Publisher: Blackstone Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This practical text draws together the various strands of legislation relating to the sale and supply of goods, together with a background to the law of contract. The text also includes all relevant statutes and SIs, creating a comprehensive one-volume guide to the law. There is a great interaction between the sale and supply of goods and services and consumer credit. Important recent cases, such as Dimond v Lovell, have led to a dramatic increase in litigation in this area. Blackstone's Sale & Supply of Goods & Services provides a practical and comprehensive guide to the Consumer Credit Act 1974, and includes up-to-date coverage of credit hire agreements. While the text provides in-depth analysis, the focus is strictly on the practitioner. The law is explained unambiguously and presented so as to give clear answers to the problems that present themselves in day-to-day practice. Model pleadings and contracts are also provided to guide the practitioner. In the modern day there is a huge interaction between the Blackstone's Sale & Supply of Goods & Services will be indispensable for practitioners specialising in the fields of commercial and consumer law.;It will also be of considerable interest to students on the LPC and BVC courses.

Consumer Law
The definition and distinction between contracts by which goods are transferred; consumer credit aspects of the sales and supply of goods - remedies against the finance company; the operation of the contract - transfer of the property and risk in goods; retention of title; transfers by a non-owner; mistake and frustration; delivery, payment and rejection of the goods; duties of the seller or supplier - duty to supply goods of a satisfactory quality, description, quantity and in accordance with representation; duty to pass a good title; liability for damage caused by defective goods; exclusion of the seller's liabilities; remedies of the parties - damages, liens and rights of resale; specific performance. (Part contents)