(1) Except as provided by the provisions on retention of goods by the buyer contained
in section 5-3-404(3) and allowing for ordinary wear and tear or consumption of the goods contemplated
by the transaction, within a reasonable time after a home solicitation sale has been
canceled or an offer to purchase revoked, the buyer upon demand must tender to the
seller any goods delivered by the seller pursuant to the sale, but the buyer is not
obligated to tender at any place other than the buyer's residence. If the seller fails to demand possession of goods within a reasonable time after
cancellation or revocation, the goods become the property of the buyer without obligation
to pay for them. For the purpose of this section, forty days is presumed to be a reasonable time.
(2) The buyer has a duty to take reasonable care of the goods in his or her possession
before cancellation or revocation and for a reasonable time thereafter during which
time the goods are otherwise at the seller's risk.
(3) If a home solicitation sale is canceled, the seller is not entitled to compensation
for any services the seller performed pursuant to it.
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