Draw up a binding contract

Morgan, Michael
September 2001
Cabinet Maker;9/28/2001, Issue 5257, p10
Trade Publication
Comments on the legalities in handling disputes between retailers and customers in Great Britain. Efforts of the government to protect consumers; Right of consumers provided by the Sales of Goods Act; Difference between written and oral contracts.


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