If you have entered into a contract to either buy something, or for a service to be provided, such as the installation of a driveway, you have rights both under the contract you have signed, and the law. The Sale of Goods Act 1979 and the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 provide you with statutory rights.
These rights mean that the item you buy, or the service you have requested, must be of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. If they are not, then the seller/supplier has breached your statutory rights, and you may have a claim against them for damages. This can sometimes mean that you are entitled to your money back.
- Double glazing and conservatories
- Faulty vehicles, cars, bikes, caravans
- Builders, plumbers, electricians
- Patios and driveways
- Self build disputes
- House construction
- Contaminated land & other environmental problems
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