Conditions And Warranties

What is a 'Sale by sample' Explain the implied conditions inherent in a sale by sample. (1991)

What is a ‘Sale by sample’? Explain the implied conditions inherent in a sale by sample. (1991)

Sale by sample (The sale of Goods Act, 1930: Section 17). The sale is by sample where there is a term in the contract expressed or implied to that effect. It implies that the buyer has been shown a sample before the delivery of the goods. It will have agreed or guaranteed to supply the …

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Explain the rule of ‘Caveat emptor. Discuss the circumstances under which it is not applicable.

Or “In a contract of sale of goods the buyer has always to bear the risk”.Comment or “The seller of goods is not bound to disclose defects in the goods that he . intends to sell”. Comment.  Caveat emptor. Caveat emptor means “let the buyer beware. The doctrine of Caveat emptor means that in every …

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Distinguish between condition and warranty. Discuss the implied oy conditions and warranties in a contract of sale of goods

Distinguish between condition and warranty. Discuss the implied oy conditions and warranties in a contract of sale of goods?

A contract contains some stipulations or terms. Some stipulations may be essential to the contract while some may be collateral or incidental to the contract. A stipulation essential to the contract is called a ‘condition. That which is collateral or incidental to the contract is called a ‘warranty. Section 12 of the Sale of Goods …

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