43 Where an unpaid seller has partially delivered the goods, he may exercise his right of bet or residual reserve on the rest, unless that partial delivery has been made in the circumstances justifying an agreement to waive the right of pledge or the right of detention. R.S., circa 408, 43. (b) if the buyer does not give consent or acceptance to the seller, but retains the goods without notification of refusal, if a delay in returning the goods at the end of that period or, if no time limit has been set, is a matter of fact after a reasonable period of time and a reasonable period of time has expired. 3. If the seller supplies the buyer with the goods that the seller has ordered for sale, mixed with other goods that are not included in the contract, the buyer can accept the contracted merchandise and refuse the rest, or the buyer may refuse the whole thing. 48 Subject to this Act, the right to pledge or withhold or engage unpaid sellers in the Transitu is not affected by a sale or any other disposition of the goods that the purchaser may have made; unless the seller consents, provided that an owner of the goods has been legally transferred to a person as a buyer or owner of the goods and that person transfers the document to a person; who accepts the document in good faith and in return for the value, if the last transfer mentioned was made by the sale, the unpaid right of wagering or the withholding or stop in transit can only be exercised in the right of the purchaser. R.S., about 408, 48. 42 (1) Subject to this Act, the unpaid seller of goods in possession has the right to keep them until the payment or award of the price in the following cases: in this case, the meaning of the term “sale of goods” with respect to the state`s ability to tax the materials in the works, the legislative practice and the nature of the agreement was discussed in the construction contract for the sale of goods in India 1930. The question was whether the “corporate contracts” had been included in the scope of the Madras General Sales Tax Act and whether the company had been subject to the revenue tax under the restrictions imposed by the Madras General Sales Tax Act and whether the court had been included in the “sale of property,” according to the SC, stated that, in order to be a sale, it is necessary that there be an agreement between the parties regarding the transfer of ownership to property, which of course predicts in advance the contractual capacity that it must be supported by a counterparty, that the property must actually be transferred into the goods as a result of the transaction. If all these elements were not present, there would be no sale. It was found that the term “sale of goods” meant that there had to be an agreement between the parties regarding the sale of the property whose property was ultimately owned.
A sale/purchase price to be fixed after the sale is not known worldwide. When a sale of goods is made today and the buyer informs the seller that he later notifies the purchase price, the buyer may at any time be free to reduce the purchase price to a negligible amount at any time.