Iv. Delivery and payment dates, delays in supply and receipt related to contracts for the sale of goods from the transaction on or after the transaction are primarily governed by the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (SGA 1979). It is customary for the parties to a contract for the sale of goods to expressly agree to exclude or modify some of the legal provisions relating to the supply and acceptance of goods in sales contracts in a business-to-business context. It highlights the relevant provisions of the Sale of Property Act 1979 and discusses frequently asked issues in contracts of sale, for example. B when and where deliveries are to take place, what happens when the goods are defective and how buyers are considered taken after delivery. The delivery of goods in right of sale is the voluntary transfer of ownership from one to the other. For a delivery to be valid, the goods must not be handed over under duress, but voluntarily. There must be no violence, theft or transfer fraud. Possession of the goods does not constitute delivery of the goods. This type of contract helps protect the interests of all parties in the agreement.

It also helps to confirm delivery expectations. 1. Actual delivery: this is also called physical delivery. This happens when the goods are actually and physically handed over by a seller to the buyer for ownership. An example is when you leave with a car from a car salesman. You get ownership of the car so that you have received the actual delivery of goods. This practice note contains guidelines on rights to use and employment or mesne earnings and how and when double rent or double value can be claimed. Rights of use and useA right of use and use is possible if the occupation of the land is done without explicit agreement The contract for the delivery of goods is an essential element of a contract between the buyer and the seller, as it guarantees that everything arrives in a timely manner.3 Reading the returns delivered by us and without defects are excluded. If we exceptionally approve the return of a defect-free thing, it will only be credited to the customer if we can see that the goods are fully reusable. At least 20% of the invoice or at least 30 euros are deducted for the costs of examination, processing, modification and repackaging. Such a credit is not paid, but charged to future deliveries. For more information on sales and delivery contracts in general, please see the practice note: purchase and delivery contracts.

Rights and/or claims against us, in particular due to defects in the goods we deliver or breach of our obligations, may not be assigned or mortgaged in whole or in part to third parties without our explicit written consent; Article 417 OZ is not affected. 2. You must define the conditions of delivery of the content. If the content is to be uploaded directly to your website or sent via email, this must be included in your content agreement. You must also indicate the delivery times in the contract. Under No VIII. 1 a) and b) we are not liable for damages or expenses in vain that are not caused by separate advice or compensation, except for intentional breach or gross negligence, provided that such failure does not constitute a defect (Article 459 OZ) of the goods we deliver. .

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