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The purchase of software, whether on a disk or by download, is a vast and growing market, for both businesses and individuals. While the Consumer Rights Act clearly sets out the rights of consumers, there is no legislation setting out the rights of business buyers. This problem has been exacerbated by the recent landmark ruling of the Court of Appeal in the Computer Associates case as to whether software on a disk could count as goods or not.
These rights and obligations are all the more important as defects in even an inexpensive piece of software can lead to a huge amount of damage – especially for business buyers. This course will set out in detail how the rights of consumers and businesses differ, and determine what rights, if any, business buyers have.
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