Commentary

202 Meaning of a ‘contract to supply a service’

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
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202 Meaning of a ‘contract to supply a service’

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4: SERVICES

(a) Introduction

202 Meaning of a ‘contract to supply a service’

The provisions relating to services1 in the Consumer Rights Act 2015 concern where a trader supplies a service to a consumer under a contract2 and is known as ‘a contract to supply a service’3.

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