If you have a problem with a specific type of goods and digital content, you have certain rights as a consumer. This section of the law guide will look more specifically into problems with particular goods and how you should resolve any problems or complaints you might have with them.
Thislooks at your legal rights in general when you buy goods.
See thisif you bought an electrical item and there were some faults with it. You'll learn about what you're entitled to, even if the goods can't be replaced or repaired, or if the fault caused additional expense.
See thisif you bought an item of clothing or shoes but there were some faults. You'll learn about what you're entitled to, even if the goods can't be replaced or repaired, or if the fault caused additional expense.
Thisincludes tips for buying your PC, where to buy them and how you might want to pay for them. It also includes advice for those wanting to buy printers. If things go wrong, you can also find out how to resolve the problems.
If things go wrong with your furniture or floor coverings, you can find out in thiswhat you can do and what you're entitled to.
When you buy a phone, you need to know your rights in case things go wrong, whether the problem is with the phone or the network service provider. Read thisfor more information.