There are safety rules for certain products or product groups. Leased property must comply with applicable security rules, for example: the merchant is responsible for the loss or deterioration of the rented goods while it is in your possession, but it may offer you insurance coverage as part of the rental service. Always get a copy of the insurance conditions and check them carefully before proceeding. (a) performing equipment rental duties to you, including, but not just assessing your creditworthiness, or exercising our rights in accordance with Clause 10; There are certain terms «black» that are automatically unfair in all circumstances; If a trader takes them into a contract or warns them, he cannot rely on them and not impose it against you. For example, a term excluding or limiting liability for death or bodily harm for negligence. (a) that another party violates a clause in the lease (including the breach of the terms of payment in point 7.1) and does not resign the infringement within 7 days of the written notification of the infringement; or The law defines a consumer lease contract as an agreement made by a person with a person for the rental of property if: 10.3 If you sublet the equipment to your agent, subcontractor or a third party («subletting») and the subletting is a security interest according to the PPSA, you assume that you have our interests in the equipment by This guide contains important laws that apply to a lease and provides a declaration of rights and remedies you have against a merchant in the event of a problem. Leases (where you can buy goods) are not covered by this manual. While there are no specific safety rules for certain leased products, the general product safety rules apply in 2005. These regulations require manufacturers and retailers to provide only new and used products that are safe for you if used in a normal or reasonable manner.