Two year liability comes closer

May 1998
Cabinet Maker;05/01/98, Issue 5086, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on the agreement of European consumer ministers for a draft directive which would give consumers rights of repair or replacement for up to two years after the purchase. Provisions under the directive; Retention of existing British laws on consumer rights.


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