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Sale of Goods Act 1979

  • 1 Sale of Goods Act 1979

    док.
    торг., брит. закон "О продаже товаров", 1979 г. (консолидированный акт, являющийся важнейшим источником английского права, касающегося продажи товаров; изменил одноименный закон 1893 г.; дает основополагающие определения договора о продаже товаров, торговой сделки, продажи, соглашения о продаже; закон подтвердил определение товарораспорядительного документа, первоначально сформулированное в законе "О торговых агентах" от 1889 г.)
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  • 2 Sale and Supply of Goods

    док.
    юр., торг., брит. "Продажа и предложение товаров"* (рабочий документ Юридической комиссии Англии и Уэльса, подготовленный в 1983 г.; регулирует некоторые вопросы продажи товаров, не получившие достаточного отражения в законе "О продаже товаров" от 1979 г., выполняющего функцию консолидированного акта в данной области, или отраженные достаточно противоречиво в судебных прецедентах)
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    Англо-русский экономический словарь > Sale and Supply of Goods

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