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If I take my bike to a repair shop to get the wheel fixed and they repair the bike. They give me a contract to sign saying they do not accept personal injury or damage to property and no responsibility to any items left. I go to a bike competition and a nut falls out the wheel and I break my arm.
Could someone help with what points of contract law are involved , I thought discharge by performance
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(Original post by Lwilson123)
If I take my bike to a repair shop to get the wheel fixed and they repair the bike. They give me a contract to sign saying they do not accept personal injury or damage to property and no responsibility to any items left. I go to a bike competition and a nut falls out the wheel and I break my arm.
Could someone help with what points of contract law are involved , I thought discharge by performance
watch this video. it answers your question.

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Read the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (or, if you are a business for some reason, UCTA 1977 and the Supply of Goods & Services Act), particularly on implied and unfair terms. That should give you all the info you need.
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