List out the implied warranties under the Sales of Goods Act, 1930 and provide an example explaining each implied warranty
The implied warranties under the Sales of Goods Act, 1930
It states that a person has the right to sell his or her product only if proven they are true owners and holds the title of the goods. It implies that in a case where the seller does not own the title of the said goods and vends it to a buyer, it is a breach of the condition. in such as situation the consumer has the ability to return the product and demand a refund and refuse the goods before they are delivered.
In addition, the seller of a good should hold the title of the seller, and in the case where a seller sells a good to an individual who has purchased it and doesn't hold the seller's title, it will be a breach of contract, and therefore the consumer has the right to refuse the good and seek a remedy as implied.
In the case that a seller doesn't own the product;
If a buyer buys a stolen car without their knowledge, the seller has breached the contract and the buyer has the right to return the car because the seller did not have the right to the seller it.
In the case the seller doesn't hold the title to the goods sold;
If individual purchases a good that doesn't hold the title of the seller, the buyer has the right to fail to accept the good and return it to the seller and claim their money back.