The sale of aircraft is governed by the ordinary law relating to the sale of goods1, so that the extent to which the seller of an aircraft, whether he is a manufacturer or not, is liable to a purchaser if the aircraft does not comply with the contract or is defective depends upon the terms and circumstances of the particular sale2. When a seller, in breach of contract or as a result of his negligence, sells an aircraft which is defective, the purchaser may in some circumstances be able to recover from the seller the amount of any sums
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