Your questions answered

June 2000
Cabinet Maker;06/09/2000, Issue 5191/5192, p7
Trade Publication
Provides answers to readers' questions about legal aspects of the furniture industry. Extension of guarantees asked by customers; Customer's right to reject defective furniture despite agreeing to a repair.


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