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CELE SQE1 模拟练习

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A recruitment company wishes to buy a small kettle from a retail company (‘the Retailer’) for the use of its employees. When the office manager of the recruitment company first visits the Retailer’s premises, the kettle is not in stock. The Retailer therefore orders one from the wholesalers and the office manager later returns to the Retailer to collect it. After being used twice, the kettle does not work. 

What claim does the recruitment company have?

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The recruitment company’s claim would fall under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, which applies to transactions involving the sale of goods between businesses. The Act implies terms into the contract that the goods must be of satisfactory quality. Since the kettle stopped working after only two uses, it is not of satisfactory quality, giving the recruitment company grounds to make a claim under the Sale of Goods Act 1979. 

Key Point: The Sale of Goods Act 1979 provides protections for business-to-business transactions, ensuring that goods sold are of satisfactory quality. When goods fail to meet this standard, the buyer has a right to seek remedies under the Act.



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