Under section 61 of the Consumer Protection Act, the supplier and everybody else in the supply chain can be held “strictly liable” (which means that the consumer doesn’t need to prove intent or negligence) for damage caused by goods. Furthermore the consumer can elect to hold any party in the supply chain liable for these damages. This indemnity form allows you to claim back these damages from others in the supply chain if they caused the defect in the good that ultimately led to damage suffered by the consumer. You get:
- A quality professional document that is well drafted by experts
- Editable so you can edit it for your needs
- Suitable specifically for South Africa
- Up-to-date with the latest laws and includes up-to-date clauses
- Short and in plain language, but still comprehensive
- The Consumer Protection Act introduces many more risks for a business and this document will help you manage one of these risks
- Protect yourself from the mistakes of others in the supply chain
- Manage your risk
- Comply with your legal responsibilities
Who does it apply to?
Anyone who is part of a supply chain where the goods ultimately end up in the hands of a consumer.
What do you get?
You get a section 61 Consumer Protection Act Indemnity template (in A4 editable electronic format).
Please call us or email firstname.lastname@example.org.