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    Hello i was just wondering if anyone could explain to me what "if it is merely incidental to a business, it must be carried out with sufficient regularity to render it a contract in the course of a business" means, it is rather confusing me in my coursework as i am trying to work out whether they are a consumer or in the course of a business.
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    Look up R&B Customs Brokers v United Dominion Trust.

    Generally if a business buys something on a regular basis it will be in the course of a business and if they buy on for example a one off occasion or not regularly they will be acting as a consumer.
 
 
 
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