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Anthony Bonanni Argument 2 According to the Pennsylvania Consumer Protection Statute, the contract made by the Temple University Bookstore is valid (73 P.S. §201-10). This statute states that, “A business in the state of Pennsylvania may charge a restocking fee on a product as long as: The fee is reasonable, The fee corresponds to the retailer’s cost of accepting the returned product, No fee is charged for the return of a defective product, The fee does not exceed 20%.” The eight clause of the Sales Agreement clearly states, in no sort of hidden or fine print text, that there will be a 20% restocking fee assessed to any return of a non defective laptop. Therefore the Sales Agreement is completely valid, as it satisfies all four parts of the Pennsylvania Consumer Protection Statute. The argument that this Sales Agreement is an adhesion contract is not valid. In the case of Hill v. Gateway, the appeal court determined that the arbitration clause is enforceable just like other contract clauses, and that the contract does not need to be read aloud. This completely
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