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Tag Archives: The Consumer Protection Act
When can you return damages or defective goods: The Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA): Returns.
In our last blog we looked at then are entitled to a refund in respect of defective or damages goods. If the item you purchased id defective or damaged you are generally speaking entitled to either a repair, as replacement … Continue reading
We are all aware by now the implied statutory warranty on the quality of goods guaranteed by the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) and more particularly sections 55 & 56) of that Act. There is still however a lot of confusion … Continue reading
Motor Vehicles: Defective or Damaged and The Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA): The Consumers rights to safe, good quality goods. Section 55: Section 55(1) & (2).
We get numerous enquiries each week about damaged and or defective motor vehicles, bought by clients, and the rights of consumers in this regard and when this happens. One of the most important aspects for the protection of the … Continue reading
Chapter 3: Protection of Consumer’s rights and Consumers Voice: Continued: Section 69: Enforcement of rights by consumer: It is all very well to talk about consumer’s rights and the protection afforded by the CPA; but how does one actually … Continue reading
In our last blog we looked at the early termination of lease agreements, In this blog we intend to renew our acquaintance with some of the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act No 68 of 2008 (CPA) dealing with … Continue reading
The purchase of defective or previously accident damaged motor vehicles seems to be a hot topic at the moment. Why this would be the situation we are not sure; but in some ways is not surprising.
We were looking in an earlier blog of this week at section 55 and the implied warranty with particular emphasis on the sale of motor vehicles and disgruntled consumers who had recently bought a new or used vehicle from a … Continue reading
In our last two blogs we have been looking again at the implied warranty on the quality of goods guaranteed by the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) and more particularly section 55 & 56 of that Act of Parliament. As we … Continue reading
We were looking in our last blog at the implied warranty on the quality of goods guaranteed by the Consumer Protection Act and more particularly section 55 ( & 56) of that piece of legislation. There is still a lot … Continue reading