28.01 It is almost trite to observe that the seller is subject to numerous obligations in a sales contract. These obligations may be self-imposed—that is, agreed to under the contract or subsidiarily imposed upon the seller by operation of law. 28.02 As a starting point, all jurisdictions recognize an obligation on the seller to deliver the goods to the buyer. This can be described as a characteristic obligation of a sales contract as without a delivery obligation the contract cannot properly be described as a sale. Whether delivery actually takes place is a...
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