In the event of an immediate sale, all rights related to the goods are immediately transferred to the buyer, while this is not the case for the sales agreement. In some cases, the sale is also made in accordance with the descriptions, which is why it applies to both the sale and the sales agreement referred to in section 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1930. If ownership of the goods is transferred immediately from the seller to the buyer (transfer of ownership), this is called a sale. The seller has the right to resell the same goods if the conditions are not met. What the sales contract creates is a right for the buyer to buy the property in question under certain conditions. Likewise, the seller obtains the right to obtain the consideration of the buyer if his part of the general conditions of sale is respected.
Sale And Agreement To Sell Case