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What If Buyer or Seller Breaches Sale Agreement

Sale Agreement contains terms and conditions agreed to between the buyer and the seller for effecting the sale.

When the buyer or the seller acts in violation of these terms and conditions or does not act or refuses to act as required, there is a breach of sale agreement. There can be numerous examples of such breach such as:

  • Payment not made in stipulated time
  • Delivery of product not made as promised
  • Seller refuses to repair within the warranty period

Read More: Know about the legal remedies available in case someone breaches the sale agreement.

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