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Baskind: Commercial Law Concentrate 4e

Diagnostic test

Instructions

Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get your score.

Question 1

Chapter 1. With a contract of sale, when will the property in the goods be transferred from the seller to the buyer?

Question 2

Chapter 1. Why aren't the implied terms for contracts of hire-purchase contained in the Sale of Goods Act 1979?

Question 3

Chapter 2. Where will you find the definition of "sale by description"?

Question 4

Chapter 2. Which of the following is the correct statement as to when the implied term as to satisfactory quality applies?

Question 5

Chapter 3. What is the primary rule for deciding when property in specific or ascertained goods will transfer to the buyer?

Question 6

Chapter 3. When do goods become ascertained?

Question 7

Chapter 4. What does section 19(1) of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 allow a seller to do?

Question 8

Chapter 4. What should a seller do in circumstances where he needs to assert a continuing property interest in his goods?

Question 9

Chapter 5. Where will one find the statutory provision relating to exemption clauses for contracts for the sale of goods that are supplied with a service?

Question 10

Chapter 5. Are core terms covered by the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999?

Question 11

Chapter 6. Which one of the following statements is correct?

Question 12

Chapter 6. Which party can be at fault for section 7 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 to apply?

Question 13

Chapter 7. Which one of the following statements best reflects the correct position when an exception to the nemo dat principle apples?

Question 14

Chapter 7. What is a mercantile agent?

Question 15

Chapter 8. Section 28 of the Sale of Gods Act 1979 sets out the requirements of delivery and payment. Which comes first?

Question 16

Chapter 8. Is the buyer bound to accept delivery of the goods by instalments?

Question 17

Chapter 9. Apart from taking actual possession of the goods, how can the unpaid seller stop the goods in transit?

Question 18

Chapter 9. When will the unpaid seller be entitled to commence an action against the buyer for non-acceptance of the goods?

Question 19

Chapter 10. In relation to Question 4, when will the goods not conform to the contract of sale?

Question 20

Chapter 10. Which of the following remedies is not a remedy available under the Consumer Rights Act 2015?

Question 21

Chapter 11. Which one of the following statements is correct as to which of the Consumer Credit Acts of 1974 and 2006 are in force today?

Question 22

Chapter 11. Which one of the following was not added as a category of exempt agreement by the Consumer Credit Act 2006?

Question 23

Chapter 12. If an agent carries out an act in the name of a principal for which he was not authorised, what steps, if any, can the principal take to save the act?

Question 24

Chapter 12. Is it possible for an undisclosed principal to ratify an act?

Question 25

Chapter 13. Where an agent has apparent authority to make a contract for a disclosed principal, who may enforce it and against whom?

Question 26

Chapter 13. Does an agent have the right to be remunerated by the principal?