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Qualifying the provision of food as ‘goods’ or ‘services’ (Wood and another v TUI Travel plc)

Qualifying the provision of food as ‘goods’ or ‘services’ (Wood and another v TUI Travel plc)
Published on: 16 February 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Qualifying the provision of food as ‘goods’ or ‘services’ (Wood and another v TUI Travel plc)
  • Original news
  • What are the practical implications of Wood and another v TUI Travel plc (trading as First Choice)?
  • What issues did this case raise?
  • To what extent is the judgment helpful in clarifying the law in this area?
  • What will practitioners need to be mindful of when advising in this area?

Article summary

Commercial analysis: Following the decision in Wood and another v TUI Travel plc, the courts confirmed that hotel meals could qualify as both services and goods, weakening the local standards argument. Mark Milkovics, senior associate at Eversheds, explores the practical implications of this case and examines how the judgment clarifies this area of law. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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