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Old 20.11.2016, 20:18
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Re: Sell car in private

Art. 200 B. Seller's obligations / III. Warranty of quality and fitness / 3. Defects known to the buyer
3. Defects known to the buyer
1The seller is not liable for defects known to the buyer at the time of purchase.
2He is not liable for defects that any normally attentive buyer should have discovered unless he assured the buyer that they do not exist.

Art. 201 B. Seller's obligations / III. Warranty of quality and fitness / 4. Notice of defects / a. In general
4. Notice of defects
a. In general
1The buyer must inspect the condition of the purchased object as soon as feasible in the normal course of business and, if he discovers defects for which the seller is liable under warranty, must notify him without delay.
2Should he fail to do so, the purchased object is deemed accepted except in the case of defects that would not be revealed by the customary inspection.
3Where such defects come to light subsequently, the seller must be notified immediately, failing which the object will be deemed accepted even in respect of such defects.
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