What is a guarantee? A warranty? An IBG?

5 September 2014

Generally speaking, guarantees are offered by manufacturers of products. They are free of charge but legally binding under the Sale and Supply of Goods to Consumers Regulations 2002.

In law, a guarantee is considered to be "an agreement to provide some benefit for a set period of time in the event of the goods or services being defective". 

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