Can a company limit their liability towards a sale of a faulty product?

Can a company limit their liability towards a sale of a faulty product that does not comply with the Sales of Goods Act 1979 (Amended) through an exclusion clause?

The faulty product is supplied by a supplier to the company.

Also what laws and section deals with suppliers and sellers.

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2 Responses to “Can a company limit their liability towards a sale of a faulty product?”

  1. Get Cameron out says:

    Read the Act to see which sections apply to specific scenarios.

    No. A seller operating in the course of business cannot exclude themselves from statutory obligations. However, if an item is faulty, or damaged or less than perfect, and this was brought to the attention of the buyer before the sale was made, then there will be no liability.

  2. viewfromtheoak says:

    You need to hire lawyers. This arena of corporate law has to be researched extensively and much depends on the laws of the land, city country.

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