Commentary

203 Statutory rights in a contract to supply a service

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

203 Statutory rights in a contract to supply a service

| Commentary

203 Statutory rights in a contract to supply a service

A contract to supply a service is to include as a term of the contract (subject to the qualifications set out below):

  1. 203.1

        that the trader must perform the service with reasonable care and skill1;

  2. 203.2

        that the consumer must pay no more than a reasonable price for the service2;

  3. 203.3

        that the trader must perform the service within a reasonable time3;

  4. 203.4

        anything said or written by the trader (or on behalf of the trader) about the trader herself or the service

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