Commentary

292 Right to unwind a consumer-to-business contract

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

292 Right to unwind a consumer-to-business contract

| Commentary

292 Right to unwind a consumer-to-business contract

Where a consumer has a right to redress in the case of a consumer-to-business contract, then the remedy available is the right to unwind the contract. This means that the consumer has the right to treat the contract at an end so that the trader and consumer are released from their obligations under the contract1.

To treat the contract as at an end, the consumer must indicate to the trader that the contract is ended. The indication may be something that the consumer says or does but it must be clear

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