The two most fundamental concerns for businesses, once they have negotiated the price and quantity of a product they have purchased, is that the product is of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. The Sales of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980 implies these two terms into all sales of goods contracts. If goods are not of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose, you have a cause of action to seek redress.
From toy dolls to tarmac, any product can be defective. If a product is defective and it effects your ability to provide or sell services and products you have the right to seek recompense from the supplier and/or manufacturer of the product.
At McHale Muldoon, we provide commercially sound and cost effective advise to obtain the recompense you deserve. There are various options with regards to recovery and we will sit down with you in order to discuss your circumstances and identify the best one for you. We pride ourselves on providing practical advising and, where necessary, being proactive and forthright in putting clients in the position they want to be in.
If you have concerns regarding a product you have been sold and would like advice on how you can seek redress, please contact our Dublin office today on 01 659 9405 or email us at email@example.com.