Consumer Rights

The Sale of Good sand Supply of Services is governed by the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act, 1980.

As per the Act, anything that you buy from a purchaser must be

  • Of merchantable quality
  • Fit for its normal purpose and reasonably durable
  • As described, whether the description is part of the advertising or wrapping, on a label, or something said by the salesperson.

A growing area of consumer law is purchasing goods online.

Where goods are purchased online, the purchaser has a seven day “cooling off” period in which to return goods bought online.

At Patrick J. Daly we have built up extensive experience in dealing with consumer rights and protecting the rights of the purchaser.

Feel free to contact us to arrange a no-obligation discussion about the remedies available to you.

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