• Legal guarantee of conformity

    French sellers of consumer goods are obliged to guarantee the conformity of the goods with a contract, for a period of 2 years after the delivery of the goods.

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  • Commercial warranties

    What is the difference between a legal guarantee and a commercial warranty? 

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  • Hidden defects

    French law foresees a specific regime for latent defects called "vice caché".

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  • Defective products causing harm

    The trader is responsible for damages caused by a defect in his goods, regardless of whether the damage was caused to the buyer or to a third person.

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