Rules of delivery of goods - sales of good, Business Law and Ethics

Rules of Delivery of Goods - Sales of Good

So the rule regarding with delivery are like;

(a)  The goods should be in a deliverable state and one is

(b) Otherwise unless like agreed so then the cost of putting the goods into a deliverable state is borne through the seller and one is

(c) It is for the seller to transmit such the goods to the buyer so or else for the buyer to capture delivery thereof depends on terms of the contract and one is

(d) Unless otherwise agreed like the place of delivery is the sellers place of business, whereas any whether not, his residence. So like one is

(e) In a sale f specific  goods that  the parties distinguish are in some other place such  other place is the place of delivery. And one is

(f) Whether the goods are in the hands of a third party, so if delivery takes place whehether such party notifies the buyer such he holds goods on his behalf. So like one is

(g) Whether the seller is bound to transmit such the goods an one is

(h) Delivery through common carrier is prima facie complete whether the goods are handed on to the carrier. Like are;

(i) Therefore the seller delivers more goods than such contracted the buyer is entitled to like;

  1. Reject all the goods and one is
  2. Accept those included in the contract and reject the balance and one is
  3. Accept all the goods and pay on contract rate also.

(j) The seller delivers less goods than contracted such the seller is entitled to: like;

  1. Reject all the goods and one is
  2. Accept and pay on contract rate also.

(k) The goods delivered are mixed about goods of a different description, such the buyer is entitled to like;

  1. Reject the goods and one is
  2. Accept those included in such contract and reject the balance also.

(l) Therefore unless otherwise agreed the buyer is such not bond to accept delivery through instalments there

(m)  Conversely delivery is through instalments to be paid for separately and the seller makes one or more defective deliveries or such the buyer neglects or refuses to admit and pay one or more deliveries  this is treated as a severable breach or may like a total repudiation of the contract depends on like;

  1. The terms of contract and one is
  2. Whether the circumstances of the case also.

(n)   Whether the buyer refuses to take delivery like of right he would not be bound for return the goods although must notify the seller his refusal.

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