Contract for Work and Materials
In Robinson v Graves a dispute arose over an agreement below such an artist had promised to make a portrait about 250 guineas. So query had to be considered was when the agreement constituted a sale of goods such the provisions of the Act applied to it. Through the English Court of Appeal like the agreement was not sale of goods although a contract for like; "work and materials". Seeing as a good was to be ultimately delivered then so the substance of the contract such was not a transfer of its ownership whether since it did not exist by the time of the contract hence the application of the artist's skill in the direction of production. Whether what was to be paid to was the work to be done through him, and having been paid to the work such he must deliver the physical object or like material he produced or like made. Therefore such a contract that not being a sale of goods such is not governed through the Act.