The Quelle-case is the first case in which the Court of Justice handed down a judgment on the substantive aspects of the EU Directive on certain aspects of the sale of consumer goods and associated guarantees. The issue of compensation for benefit obtained from use is considered within the scope of the Directive. The Court of Justice rules that when goods are replaced the seller is not entitled to charge compensation for benefit obtained from use. The Court’s arguments are discussed extensively and critically assessed in this article.

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Klik, P. (2009). Geen recht op gebruiksvergoeding voor de verkoper bij vervanging. Enkele kanttekeningen bij het Quelle-arrest. Tijdschrift voor Consumentenrecht en Handelspraktijken, 229–232. Retrieved from