Sale of Goods Act, 1930 MCQ/Judicial Services Mock Test

Sale of Goods Act, 1930 MCQ/Judicial Services Mock Test:- Our Legal World

  1. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 deals with the
    (a) Movable goods only
    (b) Immovable goods only
    (c) Both movable and immovable goods
    (d) All goods except ornaments

2. “Goods’ within the meaning of Section 2(7) of the Sale of Goods Act is
(a) actionable claim
(b) money
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

3. When is the sale by mercantile agent who is in the possession of the goods or documents of the title to the goods not valid:
A. When the mercantile agent acts in the ordinary course of business
B. When the buyer is acting in good faith
C. When the buyer acts in good faith and has notice that the seller has no authority to sell at the time of the contract of sale
D. When the owner has expressly authorised the act

Also Read: MCQ ON CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

4. When does the property in the goods pass to the buyer in case of an unconditional in case of an unconditional contract for the sale of specific goods in a deliverable state:
A. When the contract is made irrespective of whether the time of payment of price or delivery of goods
is postponed or not
B. When the party Intends to transfer
C. At the time of the payment of the price of goods
D. At the time of delivery of goods

5. What can be the subject matter of the contract of sale as per section 6 of Sale of Goods Act:
A. Only existing goods owned or possessed by the owner
B. Only Future goods
C. Existing goods which are neither owned nor possessed by the owner
D. Existing goods, owned or possessed by the owner or future goods

Also Read: Unpaid seller under the Sale of Goods Act

6. Section 58, of The Sale of Goods Act provide right of suit for Specific Performance of Contract on the part of
a) Seller
b) Buyer
c) Both (a) and (b)
d) None of above

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Answer

1- A 2- D 3-C 4-A 5-D 6-A