In the sale, the seller cannot resell the goods; If he does, he can be sued for damages. Whereas in Consent to Sell if the seller resells, he can only be sued for breach of contract. “The sale is a contract by which the seller transfers or entrusts the goods to the buyer at a price.” 5. If the transfer of ownership of the goods is to take place at a later date or on the condition that it can be carried out after the transfer of the property into the merchandise, the contract is referred to as a sales contract. In the event of an immediate sale, all rights related to the goods to the seller are tacitly receptive to the buyer, whereas this is not the case in the sales contract. In some cases, the sale is also made in accordance with the descriptions, which is why it applies to both the sale and the sale pursuant to Section 15 of the Property Sale Act, 1930. All conditions stored for understanding the sale must be carried out jointly by both parties and respected throughout the deal process until the date of the sale agreement. Therefore, a sale agreement is a basic document on which the deed of sale is written. In other words, the sale agreement can be characterized as confirmation of the future event, which may take place depending on the compliance with the conditions set out in the present. The risk transfer will only take place if the goods are not transferred. In accordance with paragraph 6, paragraph 1, the sale status largely includes existing goods owned by the seller or owned or owned by the seller. While in the sales agreement, the seller indicates that it is influencing a current supply of future products, it depends entirely on the eventuality of the event that may or may not occur. The seller has the right to resell the same merchandise if the conditions are not met.
When a seller is in default, the buyer has the right to recover his goods from the official recipient or can recover the price. While in Consent to Sale, the buyer cannot get the price of the goods, but he can only sue for damages. 4. When the goods are transferred from the seller to the buyer as part of a sales contract, the contract is called a sale. If both parties agree to form a sale, i.e. the buyer, accept the purchase and the seller is willing to sell the goods for a monetary value. In a sale agreement, the contract will be executed at a later date, i.e. if time runs out or if the necessary conditions are met.
After the execution of the contract, it becomes a valid sale. In the event of a sale agreement, all necessary conditions at the time of sale must be met. The conclusion is that transactions between buyers and sellers are governed by the Goods Sale Act of 1930, which was originally part of the Contracts Act, but was later repealed and transformed into a separate law subject to a sales contract. Section 4 of Sale of Goods Act, 1930 deals with the term “sale” and “agreement for sale.” Literally, the sale means “an act or process of selling something” is called sale. The basis of Indian society is a contract. The very foundation of Indian society was based on the theory of society. Thus, contracts are at the origin of the law that deals with business, transactions of the Indian economy and society. The Mothers Act was the Indian Contract Act of 1872, we had derived from the Property Sale Act in 1930. It thus contributes to the improvement, promotion and promotion of commercial transactions in which the seller transfers ownership of the goods to the buyer for compensation or agrees to transfer the goods. Therefore, the price of the goods itself, and therefore the risk of being linked to the seller, suffers the loss. However, if the merchandise or part of it is delivered and acquired by the buyer, the buyer is required to pay a reasonable price to the seller. Thus, one could conclude that one is an immediate action, while the other is a future action.