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The aftermath of Covid-19 is likely to see a surge in claims for breach of contract, with suppliers failing to provide goods and services purchased.

Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act can be used to help consumers claim for breach of contract if they have purchased goods or services using credit – either offered with the product/service or via credit card. Consumers are able to pursue the creditor for any misrepresentation or breach of contract in services or goods supplied.  This is especially useful if the supplier has become insolvent. Zahira Hussain discusses how.

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