(2) If the goods are dispatched and the goods are available by consideration on the seller`s or seller`s order, the seller reserves prima facie the right of disposal. (2) If the seller delivers the goods in accordance with the contract to the buyer or to another carrier or other guarantor appointed by the buyer for transmission to the buyer and does not reserve the right to dispose of, the goods shall be deemed unconditionally fit for purpose in the contract. It is not limited to the Indian Contract Act of 1872 and the Sale of Goods Act of 1930, but also extends to the Transfer of Property Act of 1882 and the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. In order to enter into a substantial agreement on the sale under this Act, there must be consistent and convincing evidence of understanding between the eligible parties, the cost of the products and the transfer of product characteristics. Therefore, without the actual exchange of ownership of the goods, from the seller to the buyer, there can be no agreement. 48 Subject to that law, the seller`s unpaid lien, right of retention or interruption of carriage shall not be affected by a sale or other disposition of the goods which the buyer could have made, unless the seller has increased in doing so, provided that, where a document of ownership of the goods has been lawfully transferred to a person as the buyer or owner of the goods and that person has gave the document to a person. transfers the document in good faith and for consideration, if the latter transfer was made by way of sale, the seller`s unpaid lien or the retention or stop in transitu expires, and if the latter transfer was made by way of a pledge or other disposition of value, the seller`s unpaid lien or the retention or stop in transitu may be exercised only subject to the rights of the assigned. R.S., c. 408, p. 48. 56 If a contract of sale were to result from a right, obligation or liability under a law, it may be negative or modified by express agreement or by the course of business between the parties or by use, if the use is likely to be binding on both contracting parties.
R.S., c. 408, p. 56. 47 (1) An unpaid seller may exercise its right of transit either by actually taking possession of the goods or by acknowledging its claim to the carrier or other carrier of security rights in possession of the goods and such notification may be made either to the person who is actually in possession of the goods or to the principal of the goods and, in the latter case, the effective termination must be given at a time and in such circumstances. n, the customer may inform his executing agent or representative in good time in order to prevent delivery to the buyer, with due diligence. 12 (1) If there is an agreement on the sale of goods on the condition that the price is determined by the valuation of a third party, and that third party is unable or unable to carry out such valuation, the contract shall be cancelled if the goods or parts thereof have been delivered and appropriated by the buyer, the buyer must pay a reasonable price for it….