Under Section 7 of the Hire Purchase Act Cap. 507, Laws of Kenya, certain provisions are deemed void if contained in a hire purchase agreement. Identify and explain five such provisions

• A provision which authorizes the owner or any person acting on his behalf to enter upon any premises for purposes of taking possession of goods let under a hire purchase agreement.
• A provision which relieves the owner from liability for such entry.
• A provision which restricts or denies the hirers right to terminate the hire purchase agreement.
• A provision which imposes greater liability upon the hirer for terminating the hire purchase agreement than is imposed section 12 (1) of the Act.
• A provision to the effect that any person acting on behalf of the owner in relation to the formation or conclusion of the hire purchase agreement is deemed to be the agent of the hirer.
• A provision which relieves the owner from liability for acts or default of any person acting on his behalf in connection with the formation or conclusion of a hire purchase agreement.



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