In a contract for the repair of an aircraft or its equipment there are likely to be express terms concerning the obligations of the repairer. Where appropriate there are implied terms as to the skill with which, and the time within which, the work will be done. These terms are implied by virtue of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982, which applies to contracts for repair1. It is rare in practice for a contract for the repair, maintenance or overhaul of an aircraft to be
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