The Supply of Goods and Services Act implied into all contracts of work or services that the work would be carried out: with reasonable care and skill. in a reasonable time (if there is no specific time agreed); and. for a reasonable charge (if no fixed price was set in advance)
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The Supply of Goods & Service Act only applies to contracts entered into before 1 October 2015. This has been replaced by the Consumer Rights Act which gives you rights if something goes wrong with a service you pay for. Which?
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The Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 was an early attempt to provide consumers greater protection when they purchased a good or service to ensure that consumers received a product of reasonable quality or received a service that was carried out with reasonable skill and attention.
When did the Consumer Rights Act replace the supply of goods?
The Supply of Goods and Services Act was replaced by the Consumer Rights Act on 1 October 2015. For guidance in relation to contracts entered into on or after 1 October 2015, please see our page on the Consumer Rights Act. This page provides guidance in respect of historic contracts which were entered into on or before 30 September 2015.
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