CONSUMER LAW: Youth Consumer (Case 1)
Facts: Jacob purchased a toaster for his mum's birthday. 3 days after purchase, Jacob has changed his mind and wants to swap the toaster for a kettle.
The shop keeper refuses to swap the toaster saying that Jacob has no right to swap a consumer good, just because he has changed his mind.
Can the shop keeper refuse to allow Jacob to swap the toaster?
CONSUMER LAW: Youth Consumer (Case 2)
Facts: Jacob is shopping for his brother. He asks the shop keeper for the latest "boy band" CD. The shop keeper picks out a CD and tells Jacob " this is the latest boy band CD", so Jacob purchases the CD.
When he gets home he finds that the CD he purchased was actually of a girl-band which was first released in 2003.
Jacob wants to return the CD and get the CD he originally asked for, but the store has a "no returns" policy.
Can Jacob return the CD he purchased and get the CD he originally asked for?