30 Goods under guarantee
30 Goods under guarantee

(1)     This section applies where—

(a)     there is a contract to supply goods, and

(b)     there is a guarantee in relation to the goods.

(2)     “Guarantee” here means an undertaking to the consumer given without extra charge by a person acting in the course of the person's business (the “guarantor”) that, if the goods do not meet the specifications set out in the guarantee statement or in any associated advertising—

(a)     the consumer will be reimbursed for the price paid for the goods, or

(b)     the goods will be repaired, replaced or handled in any way.

(3)     The guarantee takes effect, at the time the goods are delivered, as a contractual obligation owed by the guarantor under the conditions set out in the guarantee statement and in any associated advertising.

(4)     The guarantor must ensure that—