Sale of hay baler not 'as described': what are buyers' rights?

In a recent case, a farmer agreed to purchase a baler built in 2014, only to discover on receipt of the equipment that it was, in fact, built the previous year.

The farmer was concerned that this would affect the potential re-sale value of the machine and asked the question: what rights does a business purchaser have when goods supplied under a contract for sale are different from those they agreed to buy?

In the latest edition of Farmers Weekly’s Business Clinic, Thrings partner Russell Reeves discusses the various courses of action available where goods supplied are not as promised, and whether buyers have the right to reject.

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