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n Without Prejudice - Cars and the constitution : not the law reports

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Abstract


The plaintiff (I shall not use his name in case I appear thereby to be making a value judgement regarding the deal he struck) bought a low slung, red, fast but noisy Italian sports car. He admits that he bought it unthinkingly under the spell of some clever sales-talk. He now wishes to cancel the sale on the grounds that the vehicle is latently defective in that it has abnormal characteristics which one would not expect to find in a vehicle, having regard to its type, quality and price ( 1969 (4) 221 E).

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2007-11-01
2016-12-06
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