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In relation to the Australian Consumer Law it may be the case that you may claim a refund where the vehicle you receive has a major fault. It may be pursuant to clause 260 of the ACL that your vehicle suffers a major failure. A major failure is defined as if:
(a)The goods would not have been acquired by a reasonable consumer fully acquainted with the nature and extent of the failure; or
(b) The goods depart from description or demonstration; or
(c) The goods are substantially unfit for a purpose for which goods of the same kind are commonly supplied and they cannot, easily and within a reasonable time, be remedied to make them fit for such a purpose; or
(d) The goods are unfit for a disclosed purpose. If you believe you have a case for refund, then we would encourage you to contact us as soon as possible.
If you wish to seek advice as to your eligibility for a refund, we recommend that you contact our firm on (02) 9233 4048 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and arrange an appointment to see one of our Motor Dealer Claims and Disputes Solicitors.
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