The seller`s obligation and the buyer`s right derive from the law and not from the reference to the intention of the parties [....] Similarly, if, during the negotiations, the seller has made a diktum and promissum that complies with the quality of the Res Vendita and has not obtained it ipso facto, the Aedilian remedy is available under the law.  Different laws govern how certain common forms of sales contracts are to be entered into and executed.  These statutes give a boost to the debated (and, in some cases, substantially changed) Common Law of Sale. This legislation is largely focused on consumer protection. They establish formalities to contracts and determine what types of conditions are legal or illegal. The buyer has the right to demand the thing that was sold to him (subject, of course, to the discretion of the court to reject it). The repair is available to a buyer who refuses the offer of the goods as inappropriate. . . .
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