Sale of Goods Act

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SALE OF GOODS ACT, 1962 (ACT 137) ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I - NATURE AND FORMATION OF THE CONTRACT 1. Contract of sale. 2. Capacity to buy and sell. 3. Contract of sale, how made. 4. Auction sales. 5. Specific and unascertained goods 6. The price. 7. Agreement to sell at valuation. PART II - DUTIES OF THE SELLER 8. Fundamental obligation of the seller. 9. Implied condition that specific goods are in existence. 10. Implied undertakings as to title. 11. Sale by description. 12. Sale by sample. 13. Quality and fitness of the goods. 14. Quantity of goods. 15. Delivery concurrent with payment. 16. Time of delivery. 17. Cost of putting goods into deliverable state. 18. Means of delivery. 19. Place of delivery. 20. Despatch of goods…show more content…
(2) Where, by virtue of one or more contracts, a person has agreed for value to bail goods to a bailee on such terms that the property in the goods will or may at the option of the bailee pass to the bailee then, for the purposes of this Act, that person is deemed to have agreed to transfer the property in the goods to the bailee, and the bailor shall be deemed to be the seller and the bailee shall be deemed to be the buyer. (3) There may be a contract of sale between one part owner and another. (4) A contract of sale may be absolute or conditional. Capacity to buy and sell. 2. (1) Capacity to buy and sell is regulated by the general law concerning capacity to contract and to transfer and acquire property. (2) Where necessaries are delivered to a person under an agreement which is void because of that person's incapacity to contract he shall be bound to pay a reasonable price therefor. (3) Necessaries in this section means goods suitable to the condition in life of the person to whom they are delivered and to his actual requirements at the time of delivery. Contract of sale, how made. 3. Subject to the provisions of this Act and subject to any other enactment a contract of sale of goods may be made in writing or by word of mouth or partly in writing and partly by word of mouth, or may be implied from the conduct of the parties. Auction sales. 4. (1) In the case of a sale by auction - (a) where goods are put
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