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Question

The implied provisions in every sale of goods as contained in the sale of goods act of 1893 are conditions and

Options

A) Guaranties

B) Warranties

C) Sureties

D) Consideration

The correct answer is B.

Explanation:

warranties is any stipulation which is not of such importance as to go to the root of the contract. The breach of warranties gives the other party a right to claim for damage but not to reject the contract.

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  • warranties is any stipulation which is not of such importance as to go to the root of the contract. The breach of warranties gives the other party a right to claim for damage but not to reject the contract.

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