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of merchantable quality

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishof merchantable qualityof merchantable qualitylaw in a suitable condition to be sold merchantable
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of merchantable qualityAt first instance, the judge held that the car was not of merchantable quality.The computer must be of merchantable quality.The Scania soon proved to be seriously defective and not of merchantable quality.You're entitled to a full refund because the goods aren't of merchantable quality.By their work they are promoting the idea that goods should be of merchantable quality and fit for their purpose.Goods must be of merchantable quality, fit for their purpose and as described.The concept of merchantable quality is one of degree.The Sale of Goods Act 1979 states that goods must be of merchantable quality when you buy them.
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