- Contract — Date of delivery — Deemed delivery — Place of delivery — Time of delivery — Delivery and transfer of title
This chapter tackles the concept behind the act of delivering. It refers to how delivery is the obligation of the seller. Legal systems have developed two further subcategories to the notion of delivery: symbolic delivery and deemed delivery. Moreover, categories of delivery fall under the rubric of legal delivery which the applicable law determines. The chapter discusses the internal and external effects of the act of delivering. It adds how non-conformity versus non-delivery have different legal consequences as well. Then, the chapter expounds on how the process of delivery is a contractual agreement.
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