Commentary

291 Right to discount and business-to-consumer contracts

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

291 Right to discount and business-to-consumer contracts

| Commentary

291 Right to discount and business-to-consumer contracts

In the alternative, where the consumer has not exercised her right to unwind the contract, she has the right to a discount where she has made one or more payments for the product, or one or more payments have not be made under the contract1.

Where the consumer has made one or more payments, then she has the right to receive back from the trader the relevant percentage of the payment or payments2 as a discount. If one or more payments have not been made, the consumer has the

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