Seller’s duties in connection with delivery and indication what constitutes acceptance by the buyer

  • Put the goods into a deliverable state.
  • Deliver the goods the subject matter of contract
  • Pass a good title to the buyer
  • Supply goods of the right quantity
  • Supply goods of the same quality

Under section 36 of the Sale of Goods Act, the buyer is deemed to have accepted goods if:

  • He signifies his acceptance, to the seller or
  • He does something in relation to the goods which is in consistent with the ownership of the seller.
  • He retains the goods after expiration of the stipulated or reasonable time without signifying his rejection.

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