2. If the buyer or his representative recovers the delivery of the goods on this behalf before they arrive at the agreed destination, the transit is complete. 2. The seller may exercise his right to pledge, even if the seller is in possession of the goods as an agent or a lease for the buyer. R.S., about 408, 42. 8 (1) Goods subject to a sales contract may be either existing goods owned by the seller or owned by the seller, or goods manufactured or purchased by the seller after the date of registration of the purchase agreement, in this law known as “future goods”. 40 (1) The seller of the goods is considered an unpaid seller under this Act when a 2-A transit contract is bound, when a third party – a regular carrier – transports the goods to the seller. The seller must only safely transfer the goods to the common carrier, arrange for delivery and inform the buyer that the goods are on the way. Subsequently, the damage to the goods under the control of the common carrier is not the seller`s fault and is not responsible for the loss. 44 (1) The unpaid seller of the goods loses his right to pledge or the right to retain contracts for goods and services to the extent that they impose legal obligations on the contracting parties and demand consideration. However, the laws that are the two types (fraud law and uniform code of commerce, that is, the rules for partial and complete delivery, and the remedial measures that are required when contractual obligations are not met are significantly different. It is important to consult a competent lawyer before entering into a contract. 2.
If the price under a sales contract is payable on a specified date regardless of the delivery and the buyer unduly neglects the price or refuses to pay it, the seller may maintain a price action when the ownership of the goods has not been transferred and the goods are not attributable to the contract. R.S., (e.g. 408, p. 50.b) when goods are purchased by the description of a seller acting with goods of that designation, whether or not the manufacturer, there is an implied condition that the goods must be of commercial quality, provided that, when the purchaser has checked the goods, there is no implied condition of defects that should have been detected in that audit; 3. If, after the arrival of the goods at the agreed destination, the carrier or other bailee recognizes the buyer or his executing companion that he owns the goods on his behalf and continues to hold them as a leaseee for the buyer or his representative, the transit is complete and it does not matter whether the buyer has indicated another destination for the goods.