The warranty refers to the guarantee that a seller gives on the quality and condition of the goods. 2. Ensure fitness for a particular purpose: if seller knows or should know that (1) buyer intends to use the goods for specific purposes and (2) buyer relies on seller`s ability or judgment to choose the appropriate goods, an implied warranty that the goods correspond for that purpose, if created. An example is a homeowner who buys paint to paint a house. If the seller recommends a particular color, but that color is not suitable for painting the houses, the seller has violated this implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. Implied warranties do not automatically apply if sellers exclude or clearly modify them in a written record such as.B. a sales contract. While a sales contract and a sales contract have similar objectives, a sales contract offers a more detailed payment plan and offers guarantees for the item. The deposit is a certain amount of money that a buyer gives to a seller as collateral that he will make during the transaction. If the buyer chooses to buy, the acomphement will go towards the purchase price. The deposit can be refundable or non-refundable, which means that the deposit is either returned to the buyer or retained by the seller if the agreement is not concluded.
A sales contract also defines the exact nature of the goods as well as the conditions of price and payment and what happens at the end of the contract. 1.1 The seller delivers the following goods to the buyer: 4.1 The risk of loss of the product, regardless of the cause, occurs to the buyer or seller until the goods are delivered to the buyer.