Commentary

51 Unsolicited goods supplied by trader to consumer

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

51 Unsolicited goods supplied by trader to consumer

| Commentary

51 Unsolicited goods supplied by trader to consumer

In circumstances where a trader1 demands immediate or deferred payment for or the return or safekeeping of products supplied by the trader, but not solicited by the consumer2, the consumer is exempted from any obligation to provide consideration for the products supplied by the trader. Furthermore, the absence of a response from the consumer following the supply does not constitute consent to the provision of consideration for, or the return or safekeeping of, the products. Importantly, in the case of an unsolicited supply of goods, the consumer may, as

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