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§  445.  Duty  of  buyer.  1.  Except as provided in subdivision four of  section four hundred forty-four of this  article,  within  a  reasonable  time  after  a  telephone  sale  has  been  cancelled  and the buyer has  received written notice from the seller that the buyer's charge  account  has  been  recredited,  the buyer upon demand shall tender to the seller  any goods delivered by the seller pursuant to  the  sale  but  need  not  tender  at  any  place  other than his residence. If the seller fails to  demand  possession  of  such  goods  within  a  reasonable  time   after  cancellation  or  revocation, the goods shall become the property of the  buyer without obligation to pay  for  them.  For  the  purpose  of  this  section, twenty days shall be presumed to be a reasonable time.    2. The buyer shall take reasonable care of the goods in his possession  both  before  cancellation  and for a reasonable time thereafter, during  which time the goods are otherwise at the seller's risk.    3. If the seller has performed any services pursuant  to  a  telephone  sale  prior  to  its  cancellation,  the seller shall not be entitled to  compensation therefor.

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Statutes > New-york > Pep > Article-10-b > 445

§  445.  Duty  of  buyer.  1.  Except as provided in subdivision four of  section four hundred forty-four of this  article,  within  a  reasonable  time  after  a  telephone  sale  has  been  cancelled  and the buyer has  received written notice from the seller that the buyer's charge  account  has  been  recredited,  the buyer upon demand shall tender to the seller  any goods delivered by the seller pursuant to  the  sale  but  need  not  tender  at  any  place  other than his residence. If the seller fails to  demand  possession  of  such  goods  within  a  reasonable  time   after  cancellation  or  revocation, the goods shall become the property of the  buyer without obligation to pay  for  them.  For  the  purpose  of  this  section, twenty days shall be presumed to be a reasonable time.    2. The buyer shall take reasonable care of the goods in his possession  both  before  cancellation  and for a reasonable time thereafter, during  which time the goods are otherwise at the seller's risk.    3. If the seller has performed any services pursuant  to  a  telephone  sale  prior  to  its  cancellation,  the seller shall not be entitled to  compensation therefor.

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Statutes > New-york > Pep > Article-10-b > 445

§  445.  Duty  of  buyer.  1.  Except as provided in subdivision four of  section four hundred forty-four of this  article,  within  a  reasonable  time  after  a  telephone  sale  has  been  cancelled  and the buyer has  received written notice from the seller that the buyer's charge  account  has  been  recredited,  the buyer upon demand shall tender to the seller  any goods delivered by the seller pursuant to  the  sale  but  need  not  tender  at  any  place  other than his residence. If the seller fails to  demand  possession  of  such  goods  within  a  reasonable  time   after  cancellation  or  revocation, the goods shall become the property of the  buyer without obligation to pay  for  them.  For  the  purpose  of  this  section, twenty days shall be presumed to be a reasonable time.    2. The buyer shall take reasonable care of the goods in his possession  both  before  cancellation  and for a reasonable time thereafter, during  which time the goods are otherwise at the seller's risk.    3. If the seller has performed any services pursuant  to  a  telephone  sale  prior  to  its  cancellation,  the seller shall not be entitled to  compensation therefor.

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