Commentary

111.5 Default rule for place of delivery if contract is silent

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

111.5 Default rule for place of delivery if contract is silent

| Commentary

111.5 Default rule for place of delivery if contract is silent

Unless the contract specifies otherwise, the place of delivery is the seller’s place of business (or his residence if he does not have one); but if the contract is for the sale of specific goods then, if the parties know the goods are in some other place when the contract is made, the place of delivery is that other place1. In other words, the default rule is that the buyer will collect the goods from the seller’s place of business unless the contract specifies otherwise.

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