Retail and Consumer Credit Disputes
Consumers have rights when contracting for goods and
services. The rights and obligations of the parties can be complicated
further if they are paid for under a hire or hire purchase agreement.
nature and value of many disputes often makes it disproportionate for
retailers and consumers to instruct solicitors. If your claim is in
relation to a purchase of a small value (ie under £5,000 in value), you
should visit https://www.adviceguide.org.uk for general guidance.
In certain circumstances, it is proportionate to litigate. The most
common claims we deal with, on behalf of retailers and consumers, relate
- Breach of contractual and statutory rights. These primarily relate to the supply of defective or unsuitable products.
- Warranty claims.
- Enforceability of credit agreements and termination of such in default.