In a contract where the statutory rights available to consumers do not apply1, there is no implied term2 as to the quality or fitness for any particular purpose of an animal3 supplied except as provided for by the following provisions4 and subject to any other enactment5.
Where a seller sells an animal in the course of a business, there are implied conditions that the animal supplied under the contract is of a satisfactory quality6, which includes freedom from minor defects7, and that the animal is reasonably fit for any particular purpose made know, expressly or by implication, to the seller8.
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