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Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act No. 68 of 2008)

Chapter 2 : Fundamental Consumer Rights

Part H : Right to fair value, good quality and safety

57. Warranty on repaired goods



1) A service provider warrants every new or reconditioned part installed during any repair or maintenance work, and the labour required to install it, for a period of three months after the date of installation or such longer period as the supplier may specify in writing.


2) A warranty in terms of this section—
a) is concurrent with any other deemed, implied or express warranty;
b) is void if the consumer has subjected the part, or the goods or property in which it was installed, to misuse or abuse; and
c) does not apply to ordinary wear and tear, having regard to the circumstances in which the goods are intended to ordinarily be used.