Consumer Credit Act 1995

F95[Subjective requirements for conformity with hire-purchase agreement


73C.(1) The goods delivered under a hire-purchase agreement shall—

(a) be of the description, type, quantity and quality, and possess the functionality, compatibility, interoperability and other features, specified in the hire-purchase agreement,

(b) be fit for any particular purpose for which the hirer requires them—

(i) that the hirer made known to the owner at the time of, or before, the conclusion of the hire-purchase agreement, and

(ii) that the owner has accepted,

(c) be delivered with all accessories and instructions, including on installation of the goods, specified in the hire-purchase agreement, and

(d) be updated as specified in the hire-purchase agreement.

(2) Spare parts and an adequate after-sales service shall be made available by the owner—

(a) in such circumstances as are stated in an offer, description or advertisement by the owner on behalf of the producer or on his or her own behalf, and

(b) for such period as is so stated or, if no period is so stated, for a reasonable period.

(3) In this section, "interoperability" means the ability of goods to function with hardware or software different from those with which goods of the same type are normally used.]




Inserted (29.11.2022) by Consumer Rights Act 2022 (37/2022), s. 150(1), S.I. No. 596 of 2022, subject to transitional provision in subs. (2).