Pursuant to Article 6(1), the deed of sale mainly covers existing goods held or held by the seller or future goods. Although the seller states in the contract of sale to influence a current supply of future goods, this depends entirely on the possibility of the event that may or may not occur. In the purchase contract, the exchange of goods takes place immediately. In the agreement on the sale, the parties agree to exchange the goods for a price that depends on compliance with certain conditions at a specified later date. In the present case, however, it was found that there was a breach of the implied condition relating to the title on which the sale and the contract of sale were based. The buyer is therefore entitled to claim the purchase price in full, even if he has used the car for four months. The reason for the judgment was that the seller`s examination had completely failed because there was a violation of the conditions. A purchase contract is a promise in the future that ownership will be transferred to the rightful owner, while the deed of sale is the actual transfer of ownership to the buyer. A purchase contract is a contract for the transfer of ownership.
Even after both parties have signed the agreement, the property has not changed hands and the item is not in the name of the buyer. Under the Indian Sale of Goods Act 1930, section 4(3) deals with the contract of purchase and the contract of sale, specifying that the contract of sale is also for sale. However, there is a difference between these two terms that we discussed above. For example, a buyer and seller can use this method if the buyer does not have the money to pay in full. If the seller doesn`t need all the money or isn`t afraid to let the buyer live on the property while paying for it, they could draw up a purchase agreement to make the agreement clear and protect both parties. A purchase contract can be defined as the transfer of ownership of goods to be made in the future, or the transfer can take place depending on compliance with certain conditions. The same was defined in Article 4(3). A sales contract becomes a sale even if the specified time elapses or if the conditions required for the transfer are met. Thus, a sales contract sets out the conditions of the offer of a good by the seller to the buyer.
§ 4 Abs. 1 defines sale as a contract in which the seller transfers ownership of the goods to the buyer at a price or agrees to transfer them. This is what happens in the present. Such a sales event is fixed, conditional and binding on both parties. A purchase contract goes through the idea of buying or selling goods at a cost price, and the confirmation of such a completed offer. .