The Sale Of Goods Act 1930:Important Definitions, Legal Terms, Examples
The Indian Sale of Goods Act, 1930 is a Mercantile Law, which came into existence on 1 July 1930, during the British Raj,
Chapter - 1 (Preliminary)
Chapter - 2 (Formation Of The Contract Of Sale)
Chapter - 3 (Effects Of The Contract Transfer Of Property As Between Seller And Buyer)
Chapter - 4 (Performance Of The Contract)
Chapter - 5 (Rights Of Unpaid Seller Against The Goods)
Chapter - 6 (Suits For Breach Of The Contract)
Chapter - 7 (Miscellaneous)
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