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  # 2275533 12-Jul-2019 23:46
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mattwnz:

 

Under the CGA for services,  if you paid for a service, don't they have to provide that service?

 

 

Carriage of goods act ,  takes precedent over the CGA. I'm guessing, without reading the law. 

 

 


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  # 2275539 13-Jul-2019 00:35
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surfisup1000:

 

Carriage of goods act ,  takes precedent over the CGA. I'm guessing, without reading the law. 

 

 

 

 

The COG Act is repealed, so it won't be taking precent over anything.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2275540 13-Jul-2019 00:58
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Aren't we all missing some vital information here? What flavour were the Tim Tams?





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  # 2275644 13-Jul-2019 08:39
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And does the recipient know of the Tim Tam Slam?


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  # 2275759 13-Jul-2019 12:08
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surfisup1000:

 

Does the law take into account the expiry date on perishable items? 

 

 

 

Seems like a loophole if it does not.   

 

 

Usual IANAL caveat.

 

I don't see why it would specifically address that. The law deals with such issues as who can make a claim and when, and what carriers may contract out of. NZ Post is relying on the goods being perishable to absolve them of any and all responsibility. That is utter nonsense.

 

The terms do not prohibit sending of these goods, only that they are sent at your own risk. A reasonable person would interpret that clause as intending to protect NZ Post in the event that items went bad whilst in transit. That is not the case; they lost the item.

 

Has NZ Post acknowledged the item has been lost?

 

If so, they have acknowledged a failure in their service. IMO the subsequent perishing (or eating) of the item is the result of NZ Post failing to provide the service they were contracted to provide. The item would not perish if not for their actions, therefore liability remains with them.


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  # 2276524 14-Jul-2019 20:49
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+1 as this is vital beta, some flavours being vastly superior/desirable.

 

 

 

1024kb:

 

What flavour were the Tim Tams?

 




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  # 2276529 14-Jul-2019 20:56
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harlansmart:

+1 as this is vital beta, some flavours being vastly superior/desirable.


 


1024kb:


What flavour were the Tim Tams?




One packet of each flavour.

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