However, in the present case, it was found that there was a breach of the implied condition concerning the title on which the sale and the sale agreement were based. The buyer therefore has the right to recover the entire purchase price, even though he has used the car for four months. The statement of reasons for the judgment was that the seller`s consideration had completely failed because of the existence of a breach of condition. Under section 2(7) of the Sale of Property Act 1930, “goods are all kinds of movable property, with the exception of countervailable claims and money; and includes electricity, water, gas, shares and shares, growing plants, grass and objects related to or part of the country to be used before the sale or as part of the contract of sale. In the contract of sale is the property in the form of movable property. In the sale and the sales agreement, the condition and the guarantee within the meaning of Article 12 of the Law also play an important role. § 12, paragraph 2, defines the condition as a provision essential to the main subject-matter of the contract. While Article 12 (3) defines the guarantee as a guarantee for the main object of the contract and a breach of contract may result in claims for compensation, but not a right to refuse the goods and treat the contract as refused. All the conditions that are remembered for the understanding of the sale must be implemented by both parties as a whole and respected throughout the commercial procedure until the date of the deed of sale.
Therefore, a sales agreement is a basic document on which the deed of sale is drawn up.