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[The cancellation period will expire 14 days after the day on which you, or someone you nominate, receives [the goods OR the last good OR the last lot or piece OR the first good].
The cancellation period will expire 14 days after the day on which you, or someone you nominate, receives:
the goods (unless one of the options below applies to your order); or
the last good (if you ordered multiple goods in one order and they are being delivered separately); or
the last lot or piece (if you ordered a good that consists of multiple lots or pieces); or
the first good (if you ordered goods to be delivered regularly over a set period of time).]
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