What Does the Sales of Goods Act State?

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The Sale of Goods Act 1979 is a very important and relevant legislation to understand in order to avoid the problems many consumers face when they make purchases face to face, online or by mail order. It is advised to know what rights you have and how you can resolve the situation in case of any issue. The following site gives details of the Act: http://whatconsumer.co.uk/the-sale-of-goods-act/.
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The Uniform Commercial Code Article 2 dictates contractual terms for the sale of goods. All goods carry with them an implied warranty of merchantability/fitness unless disavowed.
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