Commentary

108.2 Satisfactory quality

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

108.2 Satisfactory quality

| Commentary

108.2 Satisfactory quality

There is an implied term that goods are of satisfactory quality if sold under a contract where the seller is selling in the course of a business1.

Note that goods which are sold ‘as is’, ‘as seen’ or ‘as was’ are not likely to displace the implied term that goods are of satisfactory quality, as such descriptions are usually no more than stating the condition of the goods at the time the goods were seen or inspected. Such words do not usually deal with the seller’s obligations at the time goods are seen or delivered

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