Who is responsible for goods damaged while in transit?
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Who is liable for goods that get damaged while in transit?
Consumer Talk correspondent Wendy Knowler says according to the Consumer Protection Act, suppliers are required to exercise a degree of care, diligence and skill as can be expected from a person responsible for managing any property belonging to another.
If they don’t they are responsible for any resultant loss or damage to a client’s goods.Wendy Knowler, Consumer Talk Correspondent
You can't just treat your client's goods however.Wendy Knowler, Consumer Talk Correspondent
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