Commentary

38 The sale agreement

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

38 The sale agreement

| Commentary

38 The sale agreement

Unlike in the case of the sale of a ship1, there is no widely used standard form contract for the sale of aircraft although, as far as practice in England and Wales, and the United States is concerned, various generally accepted provisions exist.

The general law as to the sale of goods applies equally to aircraft as to any other chattel. In particular, the warranties and conditions implied by contracts of sale by statute2 will be implied in the case of the sale of an aircraft. Likewise, any attempt by the seller to limit or exclude his

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