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Whatever he says the law gives you some rights
As a regular law the consumer has 2 years of warante
In builts the waranty its 10 tears in the frame and constructions
This consumers rights are no able to be avoid even with the sign of the consumer
Even when the consumer signs to be agree againts his rights he can no do that, and the waranty remains even with his sign againts it
And of course the publicity its a public offer of the builder
If the builder offer more warranty that the law he will be forced to give it as he signs it
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if a builder, who is part of the European Union advertises on his website, or anywhere else for that matter, that he guarantees his work, he is obligated to stand behind his work and his advertisement. If he does not, it is considered unfair and deceptive practices by a merchant and it violates the following Directives of the European Economic Community in that it constitutes unfair "business to consumer commercial practices. The Consumer Marketing Law is not the first attempt at protection for the consumer. You can click on the link to read some of the history behind consumer protection
SI 134/1988 (European Communities (Misleading Advertising) Regulations, 1988),
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