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Supply of goods and services (statutory rights)

​What are statutory rights?

When you sell goods or supply a service you may or may not have terms and conditions. Statutory rights are additional terms and conditions that are laid down in law to make your contract fairer for your customer when things go wrong.

Supply of Goods and Services (Jersey) Law 2009 on the Jersey Law website

What rights do my customers have?

A booklet explaining consumer statutory rights is available from Trading Standards entitled 'Shoppers’ Rights: A Guide for Consumers'.

Download 'Shoppers’ Rights: A Guide for Consumers' (size 658kb)

A booklet for businesses entitled 'A Guide for Businesses on the Supply of Goods and Services (Jersey) Law 2009', is also available.

Download 'A Guide for Businesses on the Supply of Goods and Services (Jersey) Law 2009' (size 2mb)

Do you need further help?

At Trading Standards we provide a free, confidential advisory service. For more information, you can call, email or visit us.

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