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WOOD AND ANOTHER v TUI TRAVEL PLC (TRADING AS FIRST CHOICE)

Lloyd's Law Reports

WOOD AND ANOTHER v TUI TRAVEL PLC (TRADING AS FIRST CHOICE)

[2017] 1 Lloyd's Rep. 322

COURT OF APPEAL

Before Sir Leveson,Lord Justice McFarlane,Lord Justice Burnett

Supply of goods and services - Claimants contracting with defendant tour operator for provision of "all inclusive" holiday at hotel in Dominican Republic - Claimants suffering from gastroenteritis after consuming food and drink at hotel - Whether consumption of food and drink involved transfer of property - Whether defendant in breach of implied condition that goods supplied would be of satisfactory quality - Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982, section 4(2).

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