Supplies of goods and services – replacement of laws on implied conditions and warranties


Do you use standard terms and conditions of supply or purchase orders in your business? If you are a supplier who supplies:

•goods or service to a person (including a corporation) if the amount paid or payable for the goods or services is $40,000 or less (irrespective of the nature of goods or services)

•goods or services to a person (including a corporation) if the goods or services are of a kind ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or consumption (irrespective of price)

•a vehicle to a person (including a corporation) for use in the transport of goods on public roads (irrespective of price)

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