Explain the term application of the Sale of Goods Act

Explain the term application of the Sale of Goods Act?

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The Act applies only to a sale of goods for money as described below:-

Sale: A transfer of ownership of goods as soon as a contract is created (sale) or sometime thereafter (agreement to sell)

Leases, gifts, security for loans, consignments

Goods: Tangible (physical) things that can be moved, e.g., cars, books, crops

Land and anything attached to it; intangible items such as trademarks or shares; services

Money:  Cash, cheques, credit cards, debit cards, money and goods.

Trade of goods.

When goods are sold together with services, the courts will determine whether the essence of the contract was the performance of a service or a transfer of goods.              

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