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Return a vehicle to a consumer in Sohar due to technical defects

07/01/2020

The Directorate General of Consumer Protection in the North Al Batinah Governorate recently managed to reach an amicable settlement between one of the suppliers and a consumer represented in recovering a vehicle and replacing it with another new vehicle due to technical defects.

 

 

The details of the case are due to the Consumer Services and Markets Department in the Directorate receiving a complaint from a consumer stating that he had purchased a vehicle from a car agency, and when using it there were some obvious technical defects, which are not appropriate for the condition of the new vehicle, as the hood vibration was shown at a speed of 140 km , Air intake from the cabin from the rear doors, sound from the front frame in unpaved roads and the rise of the bump, in addition to not closing the vehicle's rear bottle well, and an imbalance in the sunroof which leads to and the presence of sounds at a speed of 140 km. After receiving the notification and completing the required procedures, the provider was contacted to collect the facts of the reasoning, and in response to the complaint, a settlement was concluded that required the return and recovery of the defective vehicle, and its replacement with a new vehicle, which the consumer accepted for raising the damage caused to him.

It is mentioned that the legal guarantee in accordance with the text of Article (16) of the Consumer Protection Law promulgated by Royal Decree No. (66/2014) affirms that "the consumer within (15) fifteen days from the date of receiving any commodity with the exception of perishable consumer goods, the right to replace them Or to return it and recover its value without any additional cost if the commodity suffers from a defect or if it does not conform to the standard specifications or the purpose for which it was contracted, provided that proof of its purchase from the same provider is provided and that the defect is not the result of the consumer’s misuse of the commodity.

 

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