rejection of goods

rejection of goods

the return by the buyer of the goods and the recovery of the price. Often it will be the best remedy, certainly better than the alternative, which is to allow damages to be recovered. This right is lost once the goods have been accepted. See ACCEPTANCE OF GOODS.
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It is the responsibility of the buyer/procurement manager to ensure that acceptance or rejection of goods is done within ten (10) days of receipt, else the goods will be deemed accepted.
He offers a familiar list of good causes, meant to restore a personal link between consumer and producer, or even to erase the boundary between them: cooperatives of various kinds, credit unions, socially conscious purchasing such as the fair-trade movement and the rejection of goods from sweatshops, buying locally produced food (e.
He covers fundamental terms and the types of transactions covered by the articles in question, including defining who is a merchant and the basics of offer and acceptance, warranty terms such as the warranty of title and implied or express warranties of quality, performance of the sales contract including identification of goods and the seller's tender, acceptance or rejection of goods, and installment sales, risk of loss, remedies and documentary transactions.