(1) This Part applies to a contract between a trader and a consumer.
(2) This does not include a contract of employment or apprenticeship.
(3) A contract to which this Part applies is referred to in this Part as a “consumer contract”.
(4) This Part applies to a notice to the extent that it—
(a) relates to rights or obligations as between a trader and a consumer, or
(b) purports to exclude or restrict a trader's liability to a consumer.
(5) This does
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