In the absence of a special term or usage, the buyer is not under any duty to inspect the goods before shipment, and there is no general law that the place of shipment is the place of inspection1, although the buyer is entitled to reject even before shipment if he inspects the goods then and finds them not up to contract2. The appropriate place for inspection by the buyer is a question of fact depending on the circumstances of the case3. It is normally the place of delivery of the goods in the buyer's country, but, if the goods
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