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We're not talking about any benefit(s) to the seller.

Not automatically so "easy peasy." Who will judge if the compensation is sufficient for the repair? What if it costs more to fix than the seller gives? Then it is not to the benefit of the buyer.

I'm sure the gov't did this so that they did not have to be the judge in all these cases.


My apologies for the typo, Cath. Given you have a brain, you no doubt could figure out it was a typo from the bolded part.

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