University of Professional Studies Law School’s Lecturer, Kweku Attakora Dwomoh discussed into details about Dress makers and customers’ right.
Discussing on The Law on Joy News, Kweku Attakora spoke at length about how Dress makers treat their customers forgetting about the time of delivery contract.
Dress makers are obliged to deliver their packages in accordance to their promise to avoid sueing by the customer.
From the discussion, he disclosed that buyers /or customers also have legal rights just like the sellers / dressmakers.
Buyers have every right to receive their goods (on time and exact goods) after their discussing the date per their contract signed by the seller and the buyer therefore breaching the said contract by the seller can make the buyer to sue them.
Further on the programme, Jude Atakora Tufuor a Private Legal Practitioner and Law Lecturer from Central University College added that online businesses and transactions in Ghana are not covered by any regulations but then, since there is the Sale of Goods Act, it can be applied to online businesses and transactions also.
Adding to online businesses and transactions the law Lecturer said digital platforms like Jumia, Ebay, Amazon are protected by the Sale of Goods Act widely.
Considering platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook for business and transaction, Mr. Atakora Tufuor made it crystal clear that they are not covered and cannot be defended by the Sale of Good.