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National ID C.15.0234.N
État membre Belgique
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Decision type Supreme court decision
Decision date 17/03/2016
Juridiction Hof van Cassatie
Objet
Demandeur L.M.
Défendeur P.B.
Mots clés conformity with the contract, general discussion, presumption of conformity

Consumer Sales and Guarantees Directive, Article 5, 3.

(1) The nature of animals as a good does not impede the application of the presumption of non-conformity as defined under article 5(3) Directive 1999/44 (implemented into Belgian law by article 1649quater, §4 Civil Code).
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(1) Does the presumption of non-conformity as defined under article 5(3) Directive 1999/44 (implemented into Belgian law by article 1649quater, §4 Civil Code) apply to the sale of animals?
The court ruled that the canton court was wrong when it stated that animals, because of their nature, are inherently incompatible with the presumption of non-conformity as defined under article 5(3) Directive 1999/44.
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The court set aside the judgment of the canton court and referred to the canton court of Ghent.