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Trevor Lyons

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    Retired university lecturer
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    Cordelia
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    Longport

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  4. My main point is that, since a condition is a term, the phrase "Ts & Cs" is tautological. As far as "small print"goes: i. the law requires contract terms to be in print large enough to read; ii. small print, exemptions and exclusions, do not apply unless they are brought to one's notice before or at the time of the contract.
  5. Time for a short piece on contract law: Since most radio adverts end with a breathless "Ts & Cs apply", it is worth examining the difference between Terms and Conditions. A term is any provision in a contract and, according to the Sales of Goods Act 1979, terms may be either conditions or warranties. * A condition is a term whose breach entitles aggrieved parties, at their option, to cancel (or "repudiate") the contract". * A warranty is a term whose breach entitles aggrieved parties to compensatory damages, but gives no right to cancel. * Both condi
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  11. Boaters (especially those who may wish to navigate the canals of Ireland and mainland EU countries) might like to sign the petition below, and also forward it to any other people or organisations who might like to support it. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/582819The proposal is that UK Registered and owned yachts and boats in EU should keep their VAT paid status. British registered vessels that originated in the UK and have paid VAT in British ownership at time of leaving the EU should keep their VAT paid status indefinitely and not be recharged on return to home waters by HMRC.
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