This book is a systematic analysis of the modern English law of domestic sale of goods, covering in detail the following aspects of sale of goods contracts: * formation and definitions * passing of property and risk * mistake and frustration * contents of the contract and implied terms * delivery and payment * termination for breach * exclusion clauses * remedies and transfer of title. Full treatment is given to proprietary matters and the significant reforms which have taken place in recent years including the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994, and the Sale of Goods (Amendment) Act 1995. The general law of contract is dealt with as it affects the special contract of sale, but export sales materials are treated only to the extent that they illustrate delivery and payment. The paperback edition also includes a new preface designed for the student reader, covering recent developments in the sale of goods. This thorough and comprehensive book will be a valuable resource for students of commercial law as well as academics and practitioners working in the area.The question of the fitness of second-hand goods arose in Bartlett v. Sidney Marcus Ltd, 353 where a Jaguar car was sold in 1964 for Ap950. At the time of the contract, the sellers mentioned an oil pressure problem concerning the clutch that anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Sale of Goods|
|Author||:||Michael G. Bridge|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1998|