Here is a comprehensive list of all the important sections of the Sale of Goods Act. Please take a look at the sections below and use them to study this subject properly. You may also focus more on these and comparatively less on the other sections.
Important Sections of Sale of Goods Act
Section 1 – Short title, extent and commencement.
Section 2 – Definitions.
Section 4 – Sale and agreement to sell.
Section 5 – Contract of Sale how made.
Section 6 – Existing or future goods.
Section 11 – Stipulations as to time.
Section 12 – Condition and warranty.
Section 13 – When condition to be treated as warranty.
Section 14 – Implied undertaking as to title, etc.
Section 15 – Sale by description.
Section 18 – Goods must be ascertained.
Section 27 – Sale by person not the owner.
Section 29 – Sale by person in possession under voidable contract.
Section 30 – Seller or buyer in possession after sale.
Section 31 – Duties of seller and buyer.
Section 43 – Buyer not bound to return rejected goods.
Section 45 – “Unpaid seller” defined.
Section 46 – Unpaid seller’s rights.
Section 47 – Seller’s lien.
Section 49 – Termination of lien.
Section 50 – Right of stoppage in transit.
Section 52 – How stoppage in transit is effected.
Section 58 – Specific performance.
Section 59 – Remedy for breach of warranty.
Section 61 – Interest by way of damages and special damages.
Section 64 – Auction sale.
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