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Anything to the power of a 1/2 is the square root also anything to the power of a 1/3 is its cube root !!!!!!

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Consumer Saftey

Consumer Saftey Section 10 originally imposed a general safety requirement on consumer products but this was repealed when its effect was superseded by the broader requirements of the General Product Safety Regulations 2005.[21] Section 11 gives the Secretary of State, as of 2008[update] the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, the power to make, after consultation, regulations by way of Statutory Instrument to ensure that: Goods are safe; Unsafe goods, or goods which would be unsafe in the hands of certain persons, are not made available to persons generally; That appropriate, and only appropriate, information is provided in relation to goods. Regulations under this section cannot be made to apply to (s.11(7)): Growing crops and other things which are part of land because they are attached to it; Water, food, feeding stuff and fertiliser; Gas supplied under the Gas Act 1986 or the Gas (Northern Ireland) Order 1996; Controlled drugs and licensed medicinal products.

Sales Of Goods Act

The Sale of Goods Act 1979 (c 54) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which regulates English contract law and UK commercial law in respect of goods that are sold and bought. The Act consolidates the original Sale of Goods Act 1893 and subsequent legislation, which in turn had codified and consolidated the law. Since 1979, there have been numerous minor statutory amendments and additions to the 1979 Act, and a new consolidated Act is overdue. The Act applies to contracts where property in 'goods' is transferred or agreed to be transferred for a monetary consideration in other words: where property* in personal chattels is sold. (* Note that in this context, the word "property" means "ownership").

Competion Act

The Competition Act 1998 is the current major source of competition law in the United Kingdom, along with the Enterprise Act 2002. The act provides an updated framework for identifying and dealing with restrictive business practices and abuse of a dominant market position. One of the main purposes of this act was to harmonise the UK with EU competition policy, with Chapter I and II of the act mirroring the content of Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty of Amsterdam. (Formally Articles 85 and 86 of the Treaty of Rome).