(1) The right to a price reduction is the right—
(a) to require the trader to reduce by an appropriate amount the price the consumer is required to pay under the contract, or anything else the consumer is required to transfer under the contract, and
(b) to receive a refund from the trader for anything already paid or otherwise transferred by the consumer above the reduced amount.
(2) The amount of the reduction may, where appropriate, be the full amount of the price or whatever the consumer is required to transfer.
(3) Section 20(10) to (17) applies to a consumer's right to receive a refund under subsection (1)(b).
(4) The right to a price reduction does not apply—
(a) if what the consumer is (before the reduction) required to transfer under the contract, whether or not already transferred, cannot be divided up so as to enable the trader to receive or retain only the reduced amount, or
(b) if anything to which section 20(12) applies cannot be given back in its original state.
(5) A consumer who has the right to a price reduction and t
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