Terms & Conditions
Consumer contracts are protected by the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980 (as amended) (“the Act”) and other applicable legislation.
Under the Act the purchaser of goods has a number of rights, including that:
(a) goods must be of merchantable quality – goods should be of reasonable quality taking into account what they are meant to do, their durability and their price.
(b) goods must be fit for their purpose – they must do what they are reasonably expected to do.
(c) goods must be as described – the buyer must not be misled into buying something by the description of goods or services given orally by a salesperson or an advertisement.
These rights cannot be excluded and are in addition to any extended warranty you may purchase or any voluntary manufacturer’s warranty you may be given.
There may be circumstances where you are not entitled to a remedy.
For further information about your consumer rights, visit the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission at www.ccpc.ie.