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Final good - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (288 words)
In economics final goods are goods that are ultimately consumed rather than used in the production of another good.
For example, a car sold to a consumer is a final good; the components such as tires sold to the car manufacturer are not; they are intermediate goods used to make the final good.
Consumer goods are exactly the same as final goods, but with the subtle difference that they are specifically intended for the mass market.
Ministry of Consumer Affairs - Business Info - Consumer Guarantees Act - Suppliers of Goods (4677 words)
Goods must be the same as any sample or demonstration model shown to the customer.
If goods fail to meet one of the guarantees the customer can ask you to put it right even though it may be some time since they purchased the goods.
When a customer changes their mind about goods they are paying off on layby they have the right to a refund under the Layby Sales Act.
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