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For questions related to the laws designed to protect consumers from fraudulent or unfair business practices.

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If they offered you a reward in exchange for a good review and then asked for proof that you did the work, it seems like you have a contract with them. Unless they stated clearly in writing that there …
answered Jan 31 '18 by user
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The Consumer Rights Act 2015 is your friend here. In summary, the TV should last a reasonable length of time. For electrical appliances like TVs the courts usually look at that as six years. In the e …
answered Apr 3 '18 by user
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It's the seller's responsibility. Note that in the UK you actually get much more than 2 years. The 2 year rule is the minimum required by the EU, but each country is free to implement that as they ch …
answered Jul 13 '18 by user
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The law states that items must last a "reasonable length of time". 2 years is not reasonable for a computer. Typically courts consider six years for items like computers to be reasonable, but it depen …
answered Jan 31 '18 by user
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As there is no defect with the operating system and it is suitable for the purposes for which it is advertised, and you did not contact the retailer to ask if it was suitable for any other purposes, i …
answered Aug 22 '17 by user