- It is the essence of the contract of the sale of goods that property in the goods pass to the buyer.
- It determines when risk in the goods pass to the buyer hence the party is liable in the event of loss or destruction.
- It determines the remedies available to the parties, for example, the seller can only sue for the price after property in the goods had passed.
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- The Sale of Goods Act states that it is the duty of the seller to deliver goods and of the buyer to accept and pay for them in accordance with the terms of the contract of sale; Explain the meaning and effect of this Act ;Describe the seller‟s duties in connection with delivery and indicate what constitutes acceptance by the buyer