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Thank you for your assistance. I took delivery on 5th October where the retailer carried out the following work; line chimney
and fit stove. On the same date I paid the balance, £890.00 to complete the final sale price of £1,779.00, having paid the
50% deposite to order on 6th September -both dates 2013, (deposit £889.00).
I paid for the stove using my Nat West Visa Debit -cash switch card.
Yes that is correct.
When the stove was delivered I was given an encapsulated plastic envelope which contained the operating & instructional
manual together with the guarantee.This manual radically contradicts the technical information given to me at the point of sale
/ contract on the 6th September 2013. I would never have purchased this stove had I been given that information at the point of sale.
I see. Goods must be fit for purpose, as described and of suitable quality/
If this is not the case then this would be cause to reject it.
But no, they can not incorporate further terms AFTER the point of contract.
All terms and conditions should be included at the time of contract - they can not change it afterwards.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thank you , you make the clarification of my problem abundantly clear.May I take this opportunity of confirming my appreciation for the professional service that the system and you have provided. After reading your conclusions I became
aware of the fact that Patent Pending is not quite the same as a registered Patent number !
Thank you again.
Craig Dexter Vincer.