Legal Bites presents the Law of Sale of Goods Important Question-Answer Series.

Legal Bites presents the Law of Sale of Goods Important Question-Answer Series. The questions listed here will help students study for various Competitive and University Exams. Candidates can use Legal Bites' list of questions to help them determine the most important and often asked questions and practice their aptitude and knowledge.

Answering questions is a continuous process that is an inevitable component of any test preparation, as we all know. A well-written response displays not just a candidate's knowledge but also his or her ability to tailor the content to the question's requirements.

It is vital to prepare for this exam to pass it thoroughly. To attain mastery over the subjects studied, applicants only need to keep practising these questions in the months coming up to the examinations. Following it, the candidate's confidence level, as well as their scores, will vastly improve.

Law of Sale of Goods Question Answer Series 6: Important Questions for Judiciary Exams | Part – VI

Question 1

The Central India Machine Manufacturing Co. Ltd. agreed to manufacture and supply wagons to the Union Government. The agreement was made between the Company and the Railway Board which acted on behalf of the Union Government. Is it a contract of sale of goods or a contract for work and labour? [HJS 1986]

Question 2

Discuss briefly Merchantable quality. [JJS 2017]

Question 3

A was shopping in a super market he picked up a bottle of soft drink from a shelf with intention to buy it. While he was examining it, the bottle exploded in his hand and injured him. A sued both the management of the super market and the company which had bottled the drink, to recover damages for breach of condition arising from the sale of food. Will he succeed? [HJS 1996]

Question 4

Defendants who were Warehousemen, held 618 quarters of maize belonging to A, who sold 200 quarters thereof, to B and gave him a delivery order which B lodged with the defendants. The defendants did not object to the order, nor did they make any acknowledgement to B of its title. Shortly afterwards, before any appropriation of the 200 quarters had taken place, A, as unpaid vendor, put a stop on delivery. Can A put a stop on delivery in the case? Decide with reference to section (s) of the Sale of Goods Act, and case law, if any. [Punj JS 1999]

Question 5

Where goods are delivered 'on sale or return'; When does the property therein pass to the buyer? [BJS 1986]

Question 6

'Sale of Lottery tickets is a sale of goods and not actionable claims.' Comment on the basis of the judgment H. Anraj v. Govt. of Tamil Nadu & Others, AIR 1963 SC 63. [BJS 1987]

Question 7

A sells an article called 'Mosquito Bomb' standing that it is compounded of rare and diverse germicides. B commences to sell a similar article to which he gives a name and description such as to lead people into the belief that they are buying A's Mosquito Bomb. A sues B for an injunction to restrain the sale. B shows that A's Mosquito Bomb consists of nothing but a mixture of Kerosene Oil and DDT. [DJS 1990]

Question 8

Is the auction sale voidable at the option of the buyer if the seller makes use of pretended bidding to raise the price? [Punj JS 2000]

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