Business law - Supply of goods and services

Jeremy Phipps says practices as purchasers have fewer rights than consumers when things go wrong.

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The onus will always be on the purchaser to show that the goods or services are faulty
The onus will always be on the purchaser to show that the goods or services are faulty

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