In a contract of sale of goods: Explain four categories of unascertained goods; explain the duties of the buyer towards the seller

(i) Categories of un ascertained goods.
• Goods to be manufactured by the seller
• Crops to be grown by the seller
• Purely generic goods
• An unidentified portion of a special bulk or whole.
Duties of the buyer towards the seller:
• Take delivery
Under section 28 of the Sale of Goods Act, it is the duty of the buyer to take delivery of the goods the subject matter of the contract failing which he is liable in damages for non acceptance.

• Pay the price
Under section 28 of the Sale of Goods Act, it is the duty of the buyer to pay the price for the goods, failing which the seller may maintain an action against him for the price.



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