A repair person must provide an invoice after repairing an appliance that is covered by the law. The invoice must include:

  • Your name and address;
  • The repair person’s name and address;
  • A description of the repaired appliance;
  • Details of the repair work done;
  • The parts that were replaced and their corresponding prices, including details regarding whether the parts were new, used, or refurbished;
  • The number of labour hours, the hourly rate, and the total labour costs;
  • The tax amounts charged;
  • The total amount you must pay for the repair;
  • Details about the warranty.

Repair work done on an appliance is guaranteed for 3 months, so make sure the repair date is indicated on the invoice.

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Last update : May 3, 2021

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