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In this section of my coursework I am going to explain carefully why is legislation necessary when goods are sold and what the following legislations to personnel selling,

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Introduction In this section of my coursework I am going to explain carefully why is legislation necessary when goods are sold and what the following legislations to personnel selling, the following legislations to personnel selling that I am going to explain are Consumer Credit Act 1987, Consumer Protection Act 1987, Sales of Goods Act 1979 and 1995, Supply of Goods Act 1982 and the Trade Description Act 1967. When it comes to selling products, legislation is very important. This is because if there were no laws then all the businesses would be in serious trouble. This is because customers and thieves would take complete advantage and steal the products. Traders are required to sell products of acceptable quality. ...read more.

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A customer can use product liability to sue the producers for death, personal injury or losses. Product liability allows injured customers to sue producers, importers and finally own branders. * Consumer safety Consumer safety needs businesses, producers and distributors to make sure that the businesses products they own and supply are safe to use and carry, businesses are also required to provide customers with safety warnings, hazards, information and warnings. Finally a business are supposed to make regular check ups on their businesses health and safety and make sure that they inform themselves at all times about risks or hazards. Sales of Goods Act 1979 and 1995 All business traders are obliged to sell products of good and substantial quality. ...read more.

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For example if the customer service tell the customer that a product has 2 gigabyte memory but the product only has 512 megabytes or 1 gigabyte then this will result the trade description Act 1982. This piece of legislation is used particularly for suppliers, manufacturers, retailers of goods and services; this could also be used for facilities and accommodation. Conclusion In this section of my coursework I have explained carefully why is legislation necessary when goods are sold and what the following legislations to personnel selling, the following legislations to personnel selling that I explained are Consumer Credit Act 1987, Consumer Protection Act 1987, Sales of Goods Act 1979 and 1995, Supply of Goods Act 1982 and the Trade Description Act 1967. ?? ?? ?? ?? P2 Unit7 Personnel selling 4 Hamza Cherifi ...read more.

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