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â€¢ whether they are fit for the purpose for which goods of that kind are commonly supplied, or fit for any other specified purpose;If a product that was not of satisfactory quality at the time of the sale is returned to the retailer, the buyer is entitled to a full refund (if it is within a reasonable time of the sale), or, if a â€œreasonable time â€œ has elapsed, to a reasonable amount of compensation. The consumer needs to demonstrate the goods were not of satisfactory quality at the time of sale. This is so if the consumer chooses to request an immediate refund or compensation. It is also the case for any product returned more than six months after the date of sale.
â€¢ whether they are of satisfactory appearance and finish and free from any defects;
â€¢ whether they are safe and durable and as described.