CPT Imp MCQs on Sale of Goods Act

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CPT Imp MCQs on Sale of Goods Act

  1. 1. [THE SALE OF GOOD’S ACT 1930] December 8, 2010 Important MCQ’s on Sale of good’s ActQ.1 The property in goods in a contract for sale of specific or ascertained goods, passes to theBuyer when the1. Contract is made2. Parties intend the property in goods to pass3. Price is paid4. All of the above.Q.2 When the terms of a contract of sale of goods are such that by reserving the right of disposal,the Seller commits breach of the contract, and the goods are appropriated to the contract does notcause the property in goods to pass to the Buyer. It is1. Partly True2. True3. Partly False4. FalseQ.3 Where the buyer wrongfully refuses to accept delivery of the goods, the seller may recoverthe damages1. for the reasonable charges for the care and custody of the goods2. for the loss caused by non-acceptance of the goods3. either (a) or (b).4. for both (a) and (b)Q.4 According to Sale of Goods Act, 1930, Seller means a person1. Who only agrees to sell goods2. Who only sells goods3. Who sells or agrees to sell goods4. None of the aboveQ.5 Under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930 existing goods are classified as1. Specified Goods2. Ascertained Goods3. Unascertained Goods4. All of the abovevxplain 2 score more-- post your doubts to us at vxplain@gmail.com Page 1
  2. 2. [THE SALE OF GOOD’S ACT 1930] December 8, 2010Q.6 In case of sale of goods1. General property in the goods must be transferred to the buyer2. Possession of goods must be transferred to the buyer3. Special property in the goods must be transferred to the buyer4. Both (1) and (2)Q.7 "Contract of Sale under Section 4 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930 comprises of contractswhich are1. Executory2. Concluded3. Both executory and executed4. ExecutedQ.8 Following is not the document of title1. railway receipt2. bill of lading3. dock warrant4. none of the aboveQ.9 When seller exercises right of lien or right of stoppage of goods in transit and gives notice tobuyer for payment and buyer done not pay or tender within reasonabletime an Un paid seller can1. re-sale the goods2. cannot resale the goods3. ask again to buyer4. take possession and mark good as badQ.10 In a contract of sale of goods, the implied condition as to wholesomeness applies to ______1. medicines2. eatables3. cloths4. computersvxplain 2 score more-- post your doubts to us at vxplain@gmail.com Page 2
  3. 3. [THE SALE OF GOOD’S ACT 1930] December 8, 2010Q.11 X agrees to supply to Y a certain quantity of timber of half-inch thickness. The timberactually supplied varies in thickness from one third inch to five-eight inch. The timber ismerchantable and commercially fit for the purpose for which it was ordered. B rejects the timber.Is his action justified ?1. Yes, Y is entitled to reject the goods2. No, Y is not entitled to reject the goods3. Y can claim the damages if purpose is not solved after using the timber4. X can ask for the difference amountQ.12 Implied condition as to quality or fitness does not apply if1. Buyer discloses to the seller, the exact purpose for which goods are to be bought2. Buyer indicates to the Seller that the relies on the sellers skill3. Seller deals in such goods4. Buyer reserves the right to examine the goods and check its qualityQ.13 When goods are sent on sale or return basis i.e., on approval to a buyer, the property in thegoods passes1. When the buyer signifies his approval2. When the buyer pledges the goods without signifying approval3. When the buyer retains the goods after the expiry of time fixed or reasonable time to return thegoods4. When any of the above stated situations emergesQ 14 The consideration in a contract of sale is called1. Price2. Exchange money3. Barter money4. RewardQ.15 Under Sec.19 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930, the property in goods passes to the buyer1. When the contract is made2. When the payment of price is made3. on delivery of goods4. When the parties intend the property in goods to passvxplain 2 score more-- post your doubts to us at vxplain@gmail.com Page 3
  4. 4. [THE SALE OF GOOD’S ACT 1930] December 8, 2010Q.16 According to Sec. 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1930, the implied condition is that the goodsshall correspond with1. Description2. The sample3. Either sample or description.4. Both sample and descriptionQ.17 as per Sale of Goods Act, a condition is a stipulation1. Breach of which gives rise to a right to repudiate the contract2. Which is collateral to the main purpose of the contract?3. Which is essential for the main purpose of contract?4. Both (1) and (3)Q. 18 .............................conditions and warranties are those which have expressly agreed uponby the parties at the time of the contract of sale and are expressly provided in the contract.1. Express2. Implied3. Payment4. TermsQ.19 when a breach of a condition is treated as a breach of a warranty, the buyer can-1. Repudiate the contract2. Reject the goods3. Claim damages4. None of the aboveQ.20 Delivery of goods to ____________ is deemed to be the delivery of goods if the seller doesnot reserve the right of disposal of the goods.1. Carrier2. Third party3. Carrier or wharfinger4. wharfingervxplain 2 score more-- post your doubts to us at vxplain@gmail.com Page 4
  5. 5. [THE SALE OF GOOD’S ACT 1930] December 8, 2010Q21.When an unpaid seller, who has exercised his right of lien or stoppage in transit, resells thegoods, the buyer1. The buyer does not acquires a good title to the goods as against the original buyer2. The seller does not have a right to sell3. The buyer acquires a good title to the goods as against the original buyer4. None of the aboveQ. 22 When property in goods has not passed to the buyer, the unpaid seller has a right of1. Withholding delivery2. Stoppage in transit3. (1) and (2)4. (1) or (2)Q.23 the intention of the parties to transfer the property in goods from the seller to the buyer canbe inferred from the1. Terms of the contract2. Conduct of the parties3. Circumstances of the case4. All the aboveQ.24 The Seller of Goods is deemed to be an Unpaid Seller when the........ Of the price has notbeen paid or tendered.1. Whole2. Part3. Substantial portion4. Minimal portionQ.25 In the case of ..........., the sale may be notified to be subject to a reserve or upset price.1. Sale by description2. Sale by auction3. Sale by sample4. Sale by estoppelvxplain 2 score more-- post your doubts to us at vxplain@gmail.com Page 5

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