Mask Sale Row Reopened After Buyer Can't Find The Goods

By Christopher Crosby (November 22, 2021, 3:05 PM GMT) -- A judge on Monday overturned his findings that a British importer was entitled to a refund for buying noncompliant face masks from a Belgian safety supplier during the COVID-19 pandemic after new evidence emerged that it could not return the goods. 

The importer, Local Boy'z Ltd., won summary judgment in September after the High Court found that one of the two masks types sold by Malu NV was clearly not the same as those shown in a photograph provided when the contract was signed.

But the same judge, David Edwards, said that those findings could not stand after it emerged following...

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