SALE OF GOODS ACT 1962 (ACT 137) PDF

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SALE OF GOODS ACT - (ACT ) Section - 3 - Contract Of Sale, How Made. Section - 9 - Implied Condition That Specific Goods Are In Existence. A CT SALE OF GOODS ACT, ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART ONE Nature and Formation of the Contract 1. Contract of sale. 2. Capacity to. Section 1 (1) of the Sale of Goods Act, , Act posits that a contract for the sale of goods is a “contract whereby the seller agrees to transfer the property in.


Sale Of Goods Act 1962 (act 137) Pdf

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Sale of Goods Act, - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read Second Schedule Statutes ceasing to apply ACT SALE OF GOODS ACT. the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in treyt goods to the downloader for a money consideration, called the price. There may be a contract of sale. SALE OF GOODS ACT. CHAPTER Revised Edition []. Published by the National Council for Law Reporting with the Authority of the Attorney-.

Place of delivery 1 Unless a contrary intention is apparent. Means of delivery 1 Unless otherwise agreed. Payment concurrent with delivery Unless otherwise agreed. Fundamental obligations of the downloader The fundamental obligations of the downloader in a contract of sale are to pay the price and accept delivery of the goods.

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Transfer of Risk. downloader not bound to accept delivery by instalments Unless otherwise agreed the downloader is not bound to accept delivery of the goods by instalments. When property passes 1 Subject to section Goods must be ascertained Where there is a contract for the sale of unascertained goods the property in the goods is not transferred to the downloader unless the goods are ascertained.

Time of payment and accepting delivery Unless otherwise agreed. Disposition under voidable title Where a person has a voidable title to goods. Non-owner cannot generally pass good title 1 Subject to this Act and to any other enactment where goods are sold by a person who is not the owner of the goods and who does not sell them under the authority or with the consent of the owner.

Disposition by mercantile agent in possession of goods 1 Where a mercantile agent is. Transfer of risk 1 The risk in the goods in a contract of sale is transferred to the downloader when the parties intend it to be transferred. Disposition by seller in possession 1 Where a person having agreed to sell goods continues or is in possession of them after the property has passed to the downloader.

Disposition by downloader in possession 1 Where a downloader of goods obtains the possession of the goods or of the documents of title to the goods with the consent of the seller before the property passes to the downloader. Unpaid seller defined 1 The seller of goods is an unpaid seller within the meaning of this Part a when the whole of the price has not been paid or tendered. Provisions relating to notice of ownership 1 For the purposes of the provisions of this Part relating to dispositions of goods to persons receiving the goods in good faith and without notice of defects in title.

Termination of lien 1 An unpaid seller of goods loses the lien on the goods a when the unpaid seller delivers the goods to a carrier or any other bailee for the purpose of transmission to the downloader without reserving the right of disposal of the goods.

Sale of Goods Act, 1962

Duration of transit 1 Goods are in course of transit from the time when the goods are delivered to a carrier or any other. Lien Stoppage in transit 1 Subject to this Act. How stoppage in transit is effected 1 An unpaid seller may exercise the right of stoppage in transit by taking actual possession of the goods.

Position as between seller and carrier 1 The right of an unpaid seller to take possession of goods which the unpaid seller has stopped in transit is subject to a particular lien of the carrier or the other bailee in respect of freight due on the goods.

Stoppage over goods lost or damaged Where an unpaid seller exercises the right of stoppage in transit over goods which are lost or damaged. Resale Resale by seller An unpaid seller who is in possession of the goods is entitled as against the downloader to resell the goods a where they are of a perishable nature and the downloader does not within a reasonable time pay or tender the price. Effect of resale or other disposition by downloader Where a seller has a right of lien or stoppage in transit over goods.

Damages for non-acceptance 1 Where the downloader wrongfully neglects or refuses to accept and pay for the goods in accordance with the terms of the contract. Assessment of damages 1 The measure of damages in an action under section 47 is the loss which could reasonably have been foreseen by the downloader at the time when the contract was made as likely to arise from the breach of contract.

When downloader has right to reject 1 Subject to this Act. No rejection after acceptance 1 The downloader may not reject goods which the downloader has accepted. Acceptance The downloader accepts the goods when the downloader.

Effect of rejection 1 Where goods are delivered to the downloader and the downloader rejects the goods having the right to do so. Assessment of damages under section 55 The measure of damages in an action under section 55 is the loss which could reasonably have been foreseen by the seller at the time when the contract was made as likely to result from the breach of contract.

Damages for non-delivery The downloader may maintain an action against the seller for damages for non-delivery. No forfeiture of sums paid by downloader 1 Where under a contract of sale the downloader has paid a part or all of the price to the seller and the.

Assessment of damages for non-delivery 1 The measure of damages in an action under section 53 is the loss which could reasonably have been foreseen by the seller at the time when the contract was made as likely to result from the breach of contract. Export and import licences 1 In a cost. Specific performance 1 In an action for breach of contract to deliver specific or ascertained goods. Free on board contracts In a free on board contract.

Formalities relating to hire-download contracts 1 Before a hire-download contract is entered into in respect of goods. Duties under this Part to be construed as conditions The duties imposed on a downloader or seller under this Part are.

Meaning of proper shipping documents For the purposes of this Part. Special provisions as to determination of contracts 1 A downloader may.

Postponement of order for specific delivery of goods 1 While the operation of an order for the specific delivery of goods to the owner is postponed under. Action by seller 1 Where in a case to which section 69 applies. Assignments contrary to contract Where a hire-download contract provides that the downloader shall not assign or part with the possession or control of the goods. Duty of seller to supply documents and information 1 Before the final payment has been made under a hire-download contract.

Application of Part Eight 1 Subject to subsection 2.

Regulations as to hire-download contracts 1 The Minister responsible for Trade may. Act to bind the Republic This Act applies to contracts entered into by or on behalf of the Republic as it applies to any other contracts. Reasonable time a question of fact Where.

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Application of the Act This Act applies to a contract of sale of goods made after the commencement of this Act. Interpretation 1 In this Act. Savings The rules of the common law and of the customary law.

Commencement This Act shall come into operation three months after the date of assent. Repeal 1 The Hire download Act. Statutes ceasing to apply The enactments specified in the Second Schedule shall. After here insert a figure equal to fifty per cent or other prescribed percentage of the hire-download price has been paid Sections 1 and Mercantile Agents..

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Such notice may be given either to the person in actual possession of the goods or to his principal. In the latter case the notice, to be effectual, must be given at such time and under such circumstances that the principal, by the exercise of reasonable diligence, may communicate it to his servant or agent in time to prevent a delivery to the downloader. The expenses of such redelivery as well as of the original carriage must, as between the seller and the carrier, be borne by the seller.

Where an unpaid seller exercises his right of stoppage in transit over goods which are lost or damaged, or which deteriorate, in transit, then, as between the seller and the downloader, the proceeds of any policy of insurance respecting the goods shall be payable - a to the seller if the insurance was effected by him and he exercises his right of stoppage in transit before the loss, damage or deterioration occurs; b to the downloader, in any other case.

Where a seller has a right of lien or stoppage in transit over goods - a if the seller assents to a resale or other disposition by the downloader he loses his right of lien or stoppage in transit; b if the downloader resells the goods or documents of title thereto in such circumstances that the resale is effective to pass a title, under section 32 of this Act or otherwise, the seller loses his right of lien or stoppage in transit; c if the downloader disposes of the goods or the documents of title thereto otherwise than by way of sale, in such circumstances that the disposition is effective under section 32 of this Act or otherwise, the seller may exercise his right of lien or stoppage in transit subject to the rights of any person claiming by or under such disposition as aforesaid.

Section - 45 - Resale By Seller. An unpaid seller who is in possession of the goods is entitled as against the downloader to resell them in any of the following cases - a where they are of a perishable nature and the downloader does not within a reasonable time pay or tender the price; b where the downloader has repudiated the contract and the seller has accepted the repudiation; c where the seller gives notice to the downloader of his intention to resell and the downloader does not within a reasonable time pay or tender the price.

Section - 46 - Action For Price. This subsection does not apply to any contract to which Part I of the Contracts Act, Act 25 applies. Section - 48 - Assessment Of Damages. Section - 50 - Effect Of Rejection. Section - 51 - No Rejection After Acceptance. Section - 53 - Damages For Non-Delivery. Where the seller wrongfully neglects or refuses to deliver the goods to the downloader, in accordance with the terms of the contract, or where the downloader rejects the goods delivered by the seller having the right so to do, the downloader may maintain an action against the seller for damages for non-delivery.

Where the seller is guilty of a breach of his fundamental obligation or of a condition or warranty of the contract the downloader may maintain an action against the seller for damages for the breach complained of or may set up a claim to such damages in diminution or extinction of the price.Title Risk and Insurable Interest Chapter Stoppage in transit 1 Subject to this Act.

In this way, a seller is also protected from liability for downloader's remorse. Place of delivery:- According to sec 36 1 , unless otherwise stated in the contract, the place of delivery shall be determined. downloader, Seller and Goods: To be on the safer side heed all caution, examine well the goods and take pains to conduct investigations about the goods.

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