If there is a willingness on both sides to make a sale, that is, the buyer accepts the purchase and the seller is willing to sell the goods at monetary value. In the case of a sales contract, the execution of the contract takes place at a later date, i.e. when the time has elapsed or when the necessary conditions are met. Once the contract is executed, it becomes a valid sale. All the necessary conditions at the time of sale must also be present in the case of a sales contract. Under the Indian Sale of Goods Act 1930, section 4(3) deals with the contract of purchase and the contract of sale, specifying that the contract of sale is also for sale. However, there is a difference between these two terms that we discussed above. 2- A shipping contract is bound when a third party – joint freight forwarder – transports the goods to the seller. The seller only has to safely transfer the goods to the common carrier, make reasonable arrangements for delivery and inform the buyer that the goods are en route. According to this, damage to the goods under the control of the common carrier is not the fault of the seller and he assumes no responsibility for the loss.
(c) an implied warranty that the Goods are free from fees or charges in favour of third parties that are not explained or known to the Buyer before or at the time of the conclusion of the contract. R.S., c. 408, p. 15; Revision corrected in 1998. (3) If, after the arrival of the goods at the place of destination, the carrier or other guarantor acknowledges to the buyer or his authorized representative that he holds the goods on his behalf and that he remains in possession of the goods as guarantor for the buyer or his agent, the transit is terminated and it is irrelevant that the buyer could have indicated another destination for the goods. (3) If the seller supplies the buyer with the goods with which it has contractually agreed to sell, mixed with goods of another description that are not included in the contract, the buyer may accept the contracted goods and reject the rest, or the buyer may refuse the whole. 39 If the seller is willing and willing to deliver the goods and asks the buyer to accept delivery and the buyer is unable to object to the delivery of the goods within a reasonable time after such a request, the buyer is liable to the seller for any loss caused by its negligence or refusal to accept delivery, and also for a reasonable price for the maintenance and preservation of the goods, unless included in this section, affects the rights of the seller if the omission or refusal of delivery by the buyer implies a termination of the contract. R.S., um 408, S. 39.50 (1) If, under a contract of sale, ownership of the goods has been transferred to the Buyer and the Buyer wrongly neglects or wrongly refuses to pay for the Goods in accordance with the terms of the Contract, the Seller may bring an action against it for the price of the Goods. .