Commentary

94.5 Control of terms

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

94.5 Control of terms

| Commentary

94.5 Control of terms

Where a museum borrows an object from a private individual consumer, any terms by which the museum seeks to exculpate itself from obligations or liabilities that might otherwise have arisen (whether at common law or by statute) may be of no effect by reason of the Consumer Rights Act 20151.

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