43 Where an unpaid seller has partially delivered the goods, he may exercise his right of bet or residual reserve on the rest, unless that partial delivery has been made in the circumstances justifying an agreement to waive the right of pledge or the right of detention. R.S., about 408, 43. 54 (1) If the buyer has committed a breach of the warranty or if the buyer decides to treat a breach of a condition on the part of the seller as a breach of the warranty, the buyer is not only allowed to refuse the goods because of such a violation, but the buyer may 35 if the seller accepts the goods. the buyer must, unless otherwise agreed, take the risk of a deterioration of the goods that necessarily occurs on transit traffic. R.S., about 408, 35. (e) if the right of offer is expressly reserved, but not otherwise, the seller or a person may bid on behalf of the seller at the auction. R.S., circa 408, 59. 14 (1) If a sales contract is linked to a condition to be fulfilled by the seller, the buyer may consider the condition or violation of that condition as a breach of the guarantee and not as a cause of contract processing as rejected. 29 It is the duty of the seller and the buyer to accept and pay them, according to the terms of the sales contract. R.S., about 408, 29. (2) This Act does not affect the legislative and regulatory provisions relating to the security of personal property or the order relating to the sale of goods, which is not expressly repealed by Chapter 1 of the 1910 file. An agreement to make an impossible act in itself is a nullig share. (a) when goods are auctioned in lots, each lot is considered prima facie to be the subject of a separate sale contract; Most of the existing products come from the purpose of the sales contract.
However, the goods could also be in possession or possession of the seller or future goods. And what about the sale of absoulates and the comedational sale (3) If the goods are perishable or if the unpaid seller notifies the buyer of his intention to resell it and the buyer does not pay or spend the price within a reasonable time, the unpaid seller can resell the goods and obtain damages from the original buyer for the losses caused by the , to recover. If the goods are to be transferred to the buyer in the future or in accordance with certain conditions, it is known as a sales contract. (a) The benefit is made impossible by law. Once the agreement is reached, the country`s law can also make a change, rendering the promisor powerless in fulfilling its commitment. In these circumstances, he is excused for not respecting his part of the promise. Exception 1-A person who sells the good includes a business may agree with the buyer to refrain from carrying out a similar transaction within certain local limits, provided that the buyer or anyone who deduces ownership of the good value carries out a similar transaction: if such restrictions appear appropriate to the Court, the nature of the transaction is taken into account. 47 1. The unpaid seller may exercise his right to interrupt the proceedings either by effective possession of the goods, or by notification of his right to the carrier or other bailee whose possession is held, and this notification may be communicated either to the person who actually holds the goods, or to his captain and, in the latter case, , to the notification: be effective on that date and in these circumstances, so that the client can notify his agent or the holder in all due diligence in order to prevent delivery to the buyer.