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Changes to Consumer Guarantees Act good for consumers

Photo courtesy of Lydia on Flickr

Photo courtesy of Lydia on Flickr

As of June 17, changes to the Consumer Guarantees Act will include a new guarantee of delivery.

This means that when a supplier is responsible for arranging the delivery of goods, they must ensure the goods reach the consumer in the agreed time period (or a reasonable time, if no time period was agreed).

This change only applies to goods bought for personal use, from a trader in New Zealand.

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