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A Study of Condition and Warranty under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930 | Original Article

Arshia Malhotra*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


A contract for sale is an agreement between customer and vendor for the purpose of purchasing products. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 is the law in India with the authority to regulate contracts for sales. The terms and conditions of the warranty have always been an important component of this sales agreement. Most people don't bother to read about them therefore in this article researcher will look at some of the effects of that. These terms and warranties often fall into one of two categories implicit or explicit. There is also need to distinguish between warranties and conditions, as well as when a conditional violation should be considered to be a simple warranty breach. If criteria are not met or the product is faulty, the buyer may have inadvertently waived their ability to bring a lawsuit against the seller for any kind of conditional breach. As a result, it is crucial to comprehend the terms and conditions of warranties as well as the terms and conditions of the sale, and in this essay, focus will be on just that.