| Commentary

72.29 Consumer contracts

| Commentary

72.29 Consumer contracts

If a consumer books a holiday for himself, his spouse and children, and the holiday is not provided at all or not with reasonable care and skill, then the spouse and/or children may be able to enforce the contract directly against the travel agent or holiday provider.

If a contract is entered into between a trader and a consumer for the provision of some service, such as the repair of a leaking roof, or the purchase of a washing machine, where a third party such as spouse, cohabitee, child or dependant or other relative of the consumer might

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