Under the Sale of Goods Act, items which are not fit for purpose, of satisfactory quality, or do not match the seller’s description, are faulty. If you have purchased faulty goods, you may be entitled to a refund, replacement or repair.
Alternatively, you may have been accused of selling goods which are faulty. If you have been threatened with a claim under the Sale of Goods Act, expert advice is key in dealing with disputes effectively and efficiently.
Get in touch with our litigation team who have a breadth of experience in bringing and defending disputes under the Sale of Goods Act.