Under the Sale of Goods & Supply of Services Act, 1980 you are entitled to expect that the car is of merchantable quality, that is, it should be fit for its purpose and as described.
It is clear that the vehicle always was of merchantable quality and fit for its intended purpose.
He had by then issued proceedings alleging repudiatory breach of an implied term of merchantable quality and claiming damages.
Most of the standing and merchantable timber in Oldham was found on the private holdings as opposed to the common lands, which were largely moorland.
In fact, the Forest Service created Smokey Bear to protect forests, water supply and merchantable trees like ponderosa pine.
Under the Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act, each contract would imply that the goods supplied be of merchantable quality and that the supplier have the necessary skill to provide the service.
Under the Sale of Goods Act 1979, the goods sold must be of merchantable quality and fit for the purpose for which they are sold.
That the materials used in the provision of the service will be of merchantable quality.
This in turn caused me to analyze the basic requirements for the Church lands if they were to be made merchantable as a potential development area.
The primary judge and the Full Court of the Federal Court made concurrent findings that the goods were not of merchantable quality and were not reasonably fit for the purpose for which they were intended.