kenkeniff:KiwiNZ: The advertisement clearly states terms and conditions apply, it is a condition of sale that it requires a contract, therefore I cannot agree that they are breaking laws.
That buyer beware attitude sort of negates a few centuries worth of development as a civilised society.
Perhaps you'd be happier living in a wild west where you can trust no-one and solve all conflicts based on the size of your balls.
They state t&c's apply, buyers have a duty to themselves and use common sense to check these. They could add all the terms and conditions and display massive ads, I don't want to see that.