Courts Have Harsh Words for Pets

Many pet cases come before courts each year, often around the purchase of a new pet. How the court views pets as property can be hard on pet owners where a pet is often part of the family.

“not of merchantable quality, not reasonably fit for the intended purpose and did not last a reasonable amount of time”

“used goods”

”┬ájust another consumer product”

These are all phrases used by judges to describe animals much to the chagrin of pet owners.

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