Business to business contracts?

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Hi All,

As part of my masters course (non-law), one of my modules involves an introduction to contract law.

I have a really basic question - but presumably if a company books hotel rooms on behalf of their employees, this is a business to business contract? So Consumers Right Act 2015 doesn’t apply but the Sales of Goods Act 1979 does. The sample question in my notes involves hotel overbooking rooms, so I wanted to check I had the right act.
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