Commentary

111.9 When delivery must take place

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)
| Commentary

111.9 When delivery must take place

| Commentary

111.9 When delivery must take place

Where the seller is required to send goods to the buyer, he must do so within a reasonable time (if not specified in the contract)1.

There is no presumption that a time fixed for delivery is of the essence2. Whether a specified delivery time term will be of the essence will depend on the terms of the contract3.

However, in some commercial contracts stipulations as to time for delivery are construed as being of the essence4.

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