SALE OF PRODUCTS ACT, 1962 (ACT 137)
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
PORTION I -- NATURE AND FORMATION OF THE CONTRACT
1 ) Contract of sale.
2 . Capacity to buy and sell.
3. Agreement of sales, how produced.
4. Public auction sales.
5. Certain and unascertained goods
6. The retail price.
7. Agreement to sell at valuation.
PART II -- DUTIES OF THE SELLER
8. Fundamental obligation of the owner.
9. Implied condition that specific merchandise are in existence.
10. Intended undertakings about title.
11. Sale by description.
12. Sale by sample.
13. Quality and fitness with the goods.
14. Quantity of merchandise.
15. Delivery concurrent with payment.
18. Time of delivery.
17. Expense of putting goods into deliverable state.
18. Means of delivery.
19. Host to delivery.
20. Despatch of products by company.
PART 3 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PURCHASER
21. Fundamental obligations with the buyer.
twenty-two. Payment concurrent with delivery.
23. Moments of payment and accepting delivery.
24. Buyer not guaranteed to accept delivery by payments.
PART 4 - TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE AND RISK
25. Products must be determined,
26. The moment property moves.
27. Copy of risk.
28. Non-owner cannot generally pass great title.
up to 29. Disposition beneath voidable subject.
30. Predisposition by mercantile agent owning goods, and so forth 31. Personality by owner in possession.
32. Temperament by buyer in ownership.
33. Conditions relating to see of ownership.
PART V - REMEDIES OF THE VENDOR
34. Past due seller defined.
35. Unpaid seller's privileges.
36. Seller's lien.
thirty seven. Termination of lien.
35. Stoppage in transit.
39. Duration of transportation.
40. Just how stoppage in transit is usually effected.
forty one. Position while between owner and jar.
42. Cessation over items lost or perhaps damaged.
43. Effect of resale or various other disposition by simply buyer.
44. Seller's right to recover possession after delivery.
45. Resale by retailer..
46. Actions for value.
47. Damage for non-acceptance.
48. Analysis of damage.
PART NI - REMEDIES OF THE CLIENT
49. When ever buyer offers right to deny.
50. A result of rejection.
51. No rejection after acknowledgement.
53. Problems for non-delivery.
54. Evaluation of damage for non-delivery.
55. Problems for breach of condition or warranty.
56. Analysis of problems under section 55.
57. No injury of amounts paid by buyer.
fifty eight. Specific overall performance.
PART VII - C. I. F. AND Farrenheit. O. B. SALES
59. Parts My spouse and i to VI to be read subject to this kind of Part.
70. Export and import licences.
61. C. I. Farreneheit. contracts.
62. F. U. B. agreements.
63. Repayment of cost by bankers' commercial credit rating.
64. That means of appropriate shipping paperwork.
65. Responsibilities under this kind of Part to become construed while conditions.
PART VIII - HIRE-PURCHASE DEALS
66. Formalities relating to hire-purchase contracts.
67. Provision in hire-purchase agreement authorising vendor to enter potential buyer's premises to become void. 68. Special procedures as to determination of hire-purchase contracts. 69. Restriction about seller's directly to recover ownership in hire-purchase contracts. 75. Powers of court for by seller under hire-purchase contract. 71. Effect of postponement of procedure of an buy for particular delivery of products. 72. Tasks contrary to deal.
73. Duty of retailer to supply papers and details.
74. Rules as to hire-purchase contracts.
75. Application of Portion VIII.
PORTION IX - MISCELLANEOUS
seventy six. Variation of rights, duties and liabilities.
seventy seven. Reasonable period a question of fact.
79. Application of the Act.
79. Act to bind the Republic.
83. Statutes ceasing to apply.
Notice to be a part of Note or perhaps Memorandum of Hire-purchase Agreement.
Statutes ceasing to apply.
A GREAT ACT to codify with amendments what the law states relating to the sale and retain the services of purchase of items.
DATE OF ASSENT: eleventh July, 1962
BE IT PASSED by the President and the National Assembly in this present Parliament...