Privileges OF THE BUYER IN A CONTRACT OF SALE
Coming up next are the privileges of a purchaser in an agreement of offer.
1. He has the option to have a conveyance of the merchandise according to the agreement.
2. On the off chance that the merchant does not send, according to the agreement, the correct amount of merchandise to the purchaser, the purchaser can dismiss the products.
3. The purchaser has a privilege not to acknowledge conveyance of the merchandise by portions by the dealer.
4. On the off chance that the merchandise is sent via ocean course by the vender, the purchaser has an option to be educated by the dealer with the goal that he may get the products guaranteed.
5. The purchaser has a privilege to inspect the merchandise which he has not seen before giving his acknowledgment for the equivalent.
6. On the off chance that the dealer improperly will not convey the products to the purchaser according to the agreement, the purchaser may use the merchant for harms for no conveyance. The measure of harms will be the contrast between the agreement cost and the market cost of the products.
7. On the off chance that the purchaser has officially paid the cost and the merchant has not conveyed the merchandise according to the agreement, the purchaser can recoup the sum paid.
8. On the off chance that the agreement is for the clearance of explicit or discovered merchandise, the purchaser may use the vendor for the particular execution of the agreement if there should be an occurrence of break of agreement by the last mentioned.
9. The purchaser may use the vendor for harms for the rupture of any suggested guarantee according to the arrangements of this Act.
10. In the event that the dealer rejects the agreement before the date of conveyance, the purchaser may either regard the agreement as yet existing and hold up till the date of conveyance or he may regard the agreement as dropped and sue the vender for harms for the break. The subsequent case is known as the expectant break of agreement.
11. On the off chance that, in perspective on the rupture of agreement by the merchant, the cost must be discounted to the purchaser, the purchaser has a privilege to guarantee enthusiasm on the sum.