5. It is the buyer`s responsibility to have, through his banker, a letter of credit covering the price of goods, freight insurance and other costs in favour of the seller`s banker. 3.1 Delivery of the goods to the buyer by the Seller is made on or date. The purchase of goods also serves to protect the seller`s interests by ensuring that the buyer agrees to purchase a certain quantity of products at a certain time and price. This protects the seller from the promise to buy goods that the seller has already committed to reproduce. The sale of goods allows companies to plan their sales or purchase forecasts in advance, while ensuring a contractual obligation to meet these forecast figures. 9. When certain formalities must be carried out before the aforementioned goods are imported to their destination, the buyer will do so at his own expense. 3. The seller must enter into an agreement with the master of the ship for the transport and delivery of these goods in the Indian port.
1. Ensure market continuity: a commercial good is a product „suitable for normal use“ for which products of this type are used. An example is where a buyer buys a bike for racing cycling. There is an implicit guarantee that cycling is suitable for racing cycling. However, if the buyer uses it for the ATV, the buyer does not use the bike for the intended use and there is no market guarantee. However, if the buyer is able to prove that the bike is defective even under normal driving conditions, there would be a breach of the market guarantee. Often, the success or failure of a business depends on buying products at the right time of year and at the right price to maximize profits. On the other side of the equation, many companies rely on predicting the date of their largest sales period and raising awareness of how much product is needed to meet their customers` demand is crucial to their profit margin. 2.1 The buyer must pay the seller, in full and full consideration, the sum of AMOUNT and CURRENCY including vat, packaging and shipping, for the goods and for all the obligations mentioned in them.