Commentary

101.2 Distinguishing a contract for sale of goods from a contract for the sale and supply of goods

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

101.2 Distinguishing a contract for sale of goods from a contract for the sale and supply of goods

| Commentary

101.2 Distinguishing a contract for sale of goods from a contract for the sale and supply of goods

The distinction between a contract for the sale of goods and a contract for the sale and supply of goods may no longer be critical, as goods passing under a contract for the sale and supply of goods will have the benefit of similar implied terms as for goods under a contract for the sale of goods (such as title, description, sample and satisfactory quality)1.

To the extent that the distinction is now of importance, the following criteria should be

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