Briefcase on Commercial Law

Briefcase on Commercial Law

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor a Francis, an informa company.When Shine discovered the truth, he sued for breach of an implied term (by s 14( 2)) that the goods were of merchantable quality. Held the car was described as a second-hand Fiat, a make that tended to rust, which could normally be protected by the ... After 800 miles it became apparent that there was serious wear to the engine and this cost Ap635 to repair. The plaintiff sued claiming that the car was unmerchantable. Held the court must consider the purpose for which the car was anbsp;...

Title:Briefcase on Commercial Law
Author:Michael Connolly
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-03-04


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