Sale of Goods Act
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The Bill for an Act with this short title will have been known as a Sale of Goods Bill during its passage through Parliament.
Sale of Goods Acts may be a generic name either for legislation bearing that short title or for all legislation which relates to the sale of goods.
The Indian Sale of Goods Act 1930 is a mercantile Law, which came into existence on 1 July 1930, during the British Raj. It provisions for the setting up of contracts where the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the title (ownership) in the goods to the buyer for consideration. It is applicable all over India, except Jammu and Kashmir. Under the act, goods sold from owner to buyer must be sold for a certain price and at a given period of time.]
New Zealand's Sale of Goods Act was passed in 1908 by the Liberal Government of New Zealand. It was amended several times, including by the Sale of Goods Amendment Act 1961 and the Sale of Goods Amendment Act 2003, before finally being repealed and replaced by Part 3 of the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017.
- The Sale of Goods Act 1893 (56 & 57 Vict. c.71)
- The Sale of Goods Act 1979 (c.54)
- The Sale of Goods (Amendment) Act 1994 (c.32)
- The Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 (c.35)
- The Sale of Goods (Amendment) Act 1995 (c.28)