Commentary

108.9 Goods fit for particular purpose

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

108.9 Goods fit for particular purpose

| Commentary

108.9 Goods fit for particular purpose

Where a buyer makes known to the seller a particular purpose for which the goods are being bought, there is an implied term that the goods supplied under the contract are reasonably fit for that purpose1. This implied term applies whether or not the goods are commonly supplied for such a purpose; but does not apply where the buyer does not rely on the skill or judgment of the seller (or it would be unreasonable for the buyer to do so).

The seller is required to be acting in the course of business.

Note that if

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