Rental buyers can return the goods, which invalidates the original agreement as long as they have made the necessary minimum payments. However, buyers incur a significant loss for returned or withdrawn goods because they lose the amount they paid for the purchase up to that date. I see the Parliamentary Secretary in the Department of Housing and Local Government, who often talks about the need to build private homes and create a democracy with property. If we have to limit credit, why is the government trying to promote much of the rental purchase in the work of mortgage companies? It is absurd for the government to say, on the one hand, that we want less rental buying and, on the other hand, that they are urging local authorities to issue more private building permits, almost all of which are used by people who borrow from mortgage companies. I say that this order is a reasonable order with which the vast majority of Hon. Members on both sides understand that. There is no indication that this is a “class order”, as it only affects those who wish to enter into credit or lease agreements. Of course, it does, like other measures taken by the government for a similar purpose – and in which I do not agree to enter now – especially to meet another class. How does the honourable Member think that one million unemployed people could buy goods in tranches? In addition, purchase and instalment systems can provide an incentive for individuals and businesses to purchase goods that are beyond their means. You can also pay a very high interest rate at the end, which does not need to be explicitly stated. These orders were submitted to Parliament that day and came into force on February 1.
I am not sure that Parliament, let alone public opinion, is sufficiently familiar with its effects or its very serious violation of the Community`s very great freedom to conclude rental contracts. Real estate, the buyer pays a deposit, followed by instalments. Once the contract is concluded by the parties, ownership of the vehicle is transferred to the buyer. If the buyer is late or unable to fulfill its financial obligations to the seller, the seller has the possibility to recover the payment balance due by the buyer/buyer. On the other hand, in the case of a rental agreement, the ownership of a property remains in the hands of the seller until the payment is fully made. The failure of the buyer/tenant to pay for the measurements allows the landlord to take possession of the property….