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Do I have to buy a product that has fallen down in the supermarket?

Question by Guest | 15/02/2018 at 17:20

Do I actually have to buy or at least pay or replace something that I have dropped in the supermarket?

So, for example, a bottle of water, a can or a yogurt cup that has broken down when falling?

Or is this usually covered by the insurance of the merchant?

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Purely legal, as a customer you have to compensate for the damage you caused. So, you would have to pay the full price of a broken bottle if you destroyed it.

In most cases, however, the dealer will not insist on his right and be courteous.

After all, he does not want to lose you as a customer and a certain loss of goods is already included in the price calculation of the dealer.
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