Nigerian commercial law: sale of goods
This book considers the law relating to the sale of goods when the most common method of acquiring goods in Nigeria is the contract of sale. The author takes in questions of the relevancy of the law relating to sale of goods in Nigeria when the majority remains semi-literate, and factors of local circumstance when commercial legal practice cuts across local territories and countries.
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The nature of contracts of sale
Yates 1856 1 H N 3 26 27
Cordova Land Co Ltd v Victor Brothers Inc 1966 I WLR 793 at 796 77
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accepted agreed Anor Appeal English appears apply appropriation ascertained Ashington assent bailee or custodier bill of lading bought Bros carrier circumstances claim common law contract of sale course of business Court held Court of Appeal damages decision defect defendant delivered documents of title effect entitled examination exemption clause express expressly Factors Act fundamental breach hire purchase House of Lords Ibid implied condition implied terms intention Lagos liability Lord Denning Lord Diplock Lord Wilberforce Lyds market overt matter meaning mercantile agent merchantable quality motor Nigeria non-delivery notice obligation particular purpose payment person plaintiff possession prospective buyer provisions of section purchaser quantity question reasonable regard reject remedy resale risk Romalpa rule sale by description sale by sample ship sold statutory stipulation stoppage in transitu sub-buyers sub-section suff1cient supra take delivery third party trade transaction transit unascertained unless unpaid seller vendor voidable