18.7 Applicable legislation. The contract and any disputes or claims arising from it or its purpose or purpose or origin (including non-contractual disputes or claims) are governed by the law of England and Wales and are interpreted accordingly. (b) an unspoken guarantee that the buyer must have and benefit from the goods in tacit possession; 16 If there is a contract for the sale of goods by description, there is an implied condition for the products to comply with the description and, if the sale is made both in drawing and description form, it is not sufficient for most goods to match the sample if the goods do not fit the description. R.S., about 408, 16. 12 (1) If there is an agreement to sell goods on the terms that the price must be set by the valuation of a third party and that third party cannot or cannot make such an assessment, the agreement is avoided, provided that the property or part of it has been delivered to the buyer and acquired by the buyer must pay a reasonable price. 31 (1) Whether it is up to the buyer to take possession of the goods or the seller sends it to the buyer, it is a matter that depends on the contract between the parties, whether explicit or implied, and that outside of such a contract, the place of delivery is the place of activity of the seller, if he, and if not, his home, his home , provided that: if the contract is for the sale of certain products which, to the knowledge of the parties, if the contract is concluded at another location, then that place is the place of delivery. 2.7 If there is a conflict between the terms of this contract and then the parts of 14.1The seller guarantees that on delivery and for a period of 12 months from the date of delivery (guarantee time),] the goods have:; (b) to maintain an action for damages against the seller for breach of the warranty. 54 (1) In the event of a breach of the warranty by the seller, if the buyer decides or is compelled to consider a breach of a condition on the part of the seller a breach of the guarantee, the buyer has not only the right to refuse the goods because of such a breach of the guarantee, but the buyer can pay a seller for a company acquired in the form of cash. debt (for example. B a debt issued by the buyer), shares in the buyer or a combination of these shares.
However, section 8 of the aforementioned law deals with the goods that flow before the sale, but under the sale agreement, so that this section again highlights the goods that, through no fault of the seller or buyer, are damaged or corrupted. It is therefore also a sale agreement. 38 Unless otherwise agreed, if the goods are delivered to the buyer and the buyer refuses to accept it, the buyer is not obliged to return it to the seller, but it is sufficient for the buyer to tell the seller that he refuses to accept it. R.S., about 408, 38. 8 (1) Goods subject to a sales contract may be either existing goods owned by the seller or owned by the seller, or goods manufactured or purchased by the seller after the date of registration of the purchase agreement, in this law known as „future goods”. Treatment by buyer of breach of contract by the seller The seller is always entitled to outsource the contract or part of it to a person, a company or a company, as he sees fit.