Hi, I recently bought woodworking machinery from a local business in the UK with a 3 month guarantee. All four machines have had a serious fault within 3 months and are not fit for purpose. The seller is refusing to adhere to the 3 month guarantee and will no longer answer my calls or emails. What are my options?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Are you a consumer or a professional ?
EU law states that consumer good have a two year guarantee.
If you are a professional, the different guarantee periods are possible.
If the seller is refusing repair/responsibility, the take him to court.
Go to your usual solicitor.
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