Commentary

107.4 Exceptions to implied term

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

107.4 Exceptions to implied term

| Commentary

107.4 Exceptions to implied term

The section does not forbid a party to a contract specifying tolerances, trade practices, or acceptance limits in relation to a description1.

Although liability is strict in that if the description of the goods which are tendered are not what is agreed to be sold, then the buyer does not have to take them2, the effect of the provision is lessened somewhat by Section 15A3, which indicates that if there is a contract of sale, and the buyer has the right to reject the goods, but the breach is so minor that is unreasonable for the

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