The parties to the sales contract have the right to modify the legal provisions by explicit conditions. Returning to the Chancellor`s argument that the purchase to be tempered is a way to live beyond one`s own income, I note that the association`s newspaper for the autumn of 1951 says: if everyone is rich and earns high real wages, they go out and buy the capital goods they need and for which they are confident by their sense of well-being, that they can pay. In those days, capital may be scarce for the average man, but his self-confidence is high and he knows that he has the necessary margin and the persistent prospects to justify his search for credit. Members do not know what that means. They have confidence to justify the search for credits. Now that most people are honest (and there would be absolutely no credit if most people are not), if the cost of living reduces the value of real wages, reducing or eliminating what might be called H.P. Marge in the wage package, and then falling H.P.`s turnover. This is the point of view of the tempe buying trade on the question of living beyond the own resources of 1704. If there is a commercial boom, the rental purchase is booming, but if there is a commercial recession, the rental purchase also decreases because the margin in people`s wage packages for the rental purchase disappears.

I see that the Parliamentary Secretary of State is echoing my position. In responding to tonight`s debate, will he explain how the Chancellor of the Exchequer justifies his argument that buying rent is a way to live beyond one`s own income? Before signing a credit purchase agreement, a seller or credit provider must inform the buyer orally and in writing in a specific document when fixing the offer to sell of the following information: For example, a consumer builds the house after examining the consumer`s website, the merchant gives the consumer the credit facility to buy the raw material for the manufacture of the house. . . .