2. An unpaid seller who has exercised his right to pledge or withhold or maintain the reuse of the goods sells a good property to the original buyer. 3. If the seller supplies the buyer with the goods he has ordered, mixed with other goods that are not included in the contract, the buyer may accept the goods in accordance with the contract and refuse the rest or refuse the whole. (c) sticking to the buyer`s instructions to Tuftmaster on the merchandise. 2. When goods are purchased by description by a seller who negotiates products of that designation (whether the manufacturer or not), there is an implied condition that the goods must be of commercial quality; If the buyer has checked the goods, there is no implied condition of defects that such a review should have revealed: the buyer frees Tuftmaster from all losses, charges or liabilities and withholds them from all losses, charges or liabilities regardless of what is due to compliance_ or execution by Tuftmaster with the buyer`s instruction regarding the merchandise. 27. It is the duty of the seller to deliver the goods and the buyer to accept and pay for it according to the terms of the sales contract. 28.

Unless otherwise agreed, the delivery of the goods and the payment of the price are simultaneous conditions, i.e. the seller must be ready and willing to give the buyer possession of the goods for the price, and the buyer must be willing and willing to pay the price in exchange for possession of the goods. 13.2.2 Tuftmaster is authorized to deliver the goods to the buyer; (c) there is an implicit condition that goods must be defect-free, so that they are unshakeable, which would not be noticeable if the sample were subject to proper control; 4. A sale agreement becomes a sale when time runs out or when the conditions under which ownership of the goods are to be transferred are met. 59. In Scotland, where a buyer has chosen to accept goods that he could have refused and to treat a breach as a mere claim for damages, he may be obliged, in an action of the seller at the price at the discretion of the court where the application depends, to reject the price of the goods or to pay in court. or part of it, or any other appropriate guarantee for payment due. (4) The fact that the purchaser has set up the breach of the guarantee in minus or extinguishment of the price does not prevent him from maintaining an action for the same breach of guarantee if he has suffered additional damage In a contract of requirement, the buyer undertakes to buy from the seller everything he needs for a particular product. (b) where a change or other negotiable instrument has been received as a conditional payment and the condition under which it was received is not met because of the dishonour of the act or in any other way.