As well as protection from unfair trading, consumers are protected by statutory rights and regulations against unfair contracts.
These mean, for example, that goods (and services) sold to consumers must be of satisfactory quality and that unfair terms and conditions hidden in the small print of a contract cannot be enforced.
Seemed clear to me ?
BUT I DON’T HAVE FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES
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