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Apart from the transfer of property in the goods from the seller to the buyer, a contract of sale of goods envisages two other important events, the delivery of the goods to the buyer and the payment of the price to the seller. The delivery of the goods and payment of the price must be done in accordance with the terms of the contract. If there are no terms in the contract, then the delivery of goods and payment of price are concurrent conditions, i.e. both must take place at the same time, for instance, goods purchased for cash over a shop counter.
According to Section 2 (2) of the Sale of Goods Act, the term ‘delivery’ is defined as a voluntary transfer of possession from one person to another.
Delivery of the goods may be made by doing anything which has the effect of putting the goods in the possession of the buyer or his authorised agent.

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