By acceptance of the documents1 the buyer does not thereby lose his right to reject the goods on actual delivery if the goods are not in accordance with the contract2. A buyer who accepts documents which, whether or not he examines them, disclose that the goods were not shipped in conformity with the contract may, however, preclude himself from rejecting both documents and goods3.
The place of delivery is prima facie the proper place for inspection4 but the circumstances of the case may show some other place or later time to be appropriate. In particular, where goods to the knowledge
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