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Statutory right to return shoes bought online that don't fit

Since you bought these online the Consumer Contract Regulations are going to be in effect here (if the price of the goods was over £42 anyway), (legislation) Where your cutting the tags off and ...
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Statutory right to return shoes bought online that don't fit

The online retailer may argue that you diminished the value of the shoes beyond what was necessary to judge them because you wore the shoes outside and removed the tags. The relevant law is the The ...
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4 votes

Any obligation to return an accidental second payout?

The party that made the overpayment would have the right to sue you for "unjust enrichment" or "breach of contract" (since the terms of service no doubt provide or strongly imply that you are entitled ...
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Can product replacement terms be left open to interpretation?

The terms are not "open for interpretation"; to me they are very clear. What could be open for interpretation is if a particular phone is damaged or not. In case of a disagreement, the buyer could ...
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Volunteering Breach of Warranty When Returning Goods

The essence of fraud is that you make someone give you something by making them believe something that isn't true. You made them give you money for broken goods by making them believe that the goods ...
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A 3d printer was gifted, now the gifter wants it back

The company likely still had the printer listed somewhere as belonging to them and it was demanded during the official bankrupt procedure. They may be forced to behave that way. While may look contra-...
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Could buying goods with the pre-formed intention of exercising one’s contractual right to change one’s mind to return/refund them attract legal stigma

People can contract on whatever terms they can agree on (Subject to legal restrictions which are not relevant here) If a store offers terms that allow the unconditional return of goods for some ...
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Does the Consumer Rights Act (2015; UK) apply to an explicit warranty?

If a product is supposed to last for three years, then getting half the price for one year of usage couldn’t be considered fair. Three years warranty doesn’t mean “it will break down after three years ...
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