Sales of Goods Act

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Sales of Goods Act deal with all those agreements and contracts in which the transfer of movable property from one person to another takes place. There occur numerous contracts for the sale of goods in which either the goods are delivered immediately or they are delayed to a certain date. These two possibilities are explored in this Act under two different topics which are ‘Sale & Agreement to Sell’.

  • Contract of sale and its essentials
  • Agreement to Sell
  • Difference between Sale and Agreement to Sell
  • Condition and Warranty
  • Difference between Condition and Warranty
  • When Condition changes into Warranty
  • Types of Condition and Warranty
  • Implied Conditions
  • Implied Warranties
  • Caveat Emptor
  • Exceptions to the rule of Caveat Emptor