49.01 It is easily conceivable that a breach of contract may not only touch upon provisions of the set of rules applying to the sales contract but may at the same time meet the requirements of other provisions containing remedies outside of the applicable sales law. For example, where the goods are non-conforming and were so from the very beginning, the buyer could argue that it was mistaken when concluding the contract as it had expected to buy conforming goods. In a similar vein the seller may have made wrong representations concerning the goods. This could even...
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