10 Goods to be fit for particular purpose
10 Goods to be fit for particular purpose

(1)     Subsection (3) applies to a contract to supply goods if before the contract is made the consumer makes known to the trader (expressly or by implication) any particular purpose for which the consumer is contracting for the goods.

(2)     Subsection (3) also applies to a contract to supply goods if—

(a)     the goods were previously sold by a credit-broker to the trader,

(b)     in the case of a sales contract or contract for transfer of goods, the consideration or part of it is a sum payable by instalments, and

(c)     before the contract is made, the consumer makes known to the credit-broker (expressly or by implication) any particular purpose for which the consumer is contracting for the goods.