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In a scenario where Person A has brought a car from Person B for £5000 and the engine of the car happened to seize (stop working completely) how can Person A claim damages and discharge the contract.

In addition is there an implied warranty in UK law if so can someone explain.

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I hope very much this is an academic law question, rather than some shady ****er trying to get free legal tips.

Are persons A and B consumers? Might be that the Consumer Rights Act 2015 applies. You have to ask: were the goods defective on sale.
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They're both traders so the contract would be deemed to be a commercial business contract. Sorry for not making that clear. I know the SGA and UCTA etc apply. However, I'm failing to get my head around how the contract would be discharged?


(Original post by Notoriety)I hope very much this is an academic law question, rather than some shady ****er trying to get free legal tips.

Are persons A and B consumers? Might be that the Consumer Rights Act 2015 applies. You have to ask: were the goods defective on sale.
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They're both traders so the contract would be deemed to be a commercial business contract. Sorry for not making that clear. I know the SGA and UCTA etc apply. However, I'm failing to get my head around how the contract would be discharged?
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