an unspoken guarantee that the goods are exempt from any charge or charge to third parties that is not declared or known to the purchaser before or at the time of the contract. In the event of a breach of the warranty by the seller, or if the buyer chooses to do so or if he is obliged to consider a breach of the warranty by the seller a violation of a condition, the buyer has not only the right to refuse the goods because of the breach of the guarantee; but it may – unless the buyer is authorized to do so, the seller must enter into such a contract with the carrier on behalf of the buyer, which may be appropriate given the nature of the goods and the other circumstances of the case; and if the seller does not and the goods are lost or damaged during transport, the buyer may refuse to deliver to the carrier itself as a delivery or make the seller liable for the damage suffered. When the seller sends the goods and is responsible for the delivery of the goods, the ownership of the goods remains with the seller until the goods are delivered. a pawn on the goods or the right to keep them for the price as long as they are in possession; when goods are purchased by description by a seller who negotiates products of that name (whether or not he is the manufacturer), there is an implicit condition that the goods must be of commercial quality: the validity of a sales contract according to a particular common law or legal power to purchase or on behalf of a competent court. When goods are delivered to the purchaser and have not previously been verified, they are deemed accepted only if they have been given the opportunity to review them to determine whether they are in compliance with the contract. A sales contract is intended to be sold if time runs out or if the conditions under which ownership of the goods must be transferred are met. Subject to the provisions of this Act and a law in this name, a sales contract may be implied in writing (with or without a seal) or by word of mouth, partly in writing and partly by word of mouth or by the behaviour of the parties: the seller is authorized or obliged to send the goods to the buyer, the delivery of the goods to the carrier , whether or not it is designated by the buyer, for the purpose of transmission to the buyer is prima facie as delivery of the goods to the buyer. In the case of Pignatoro vs. Gilvor 1919 1 KB 337, a seller of bags to be delivered to the seller`s headquarters informed the buyer that he was ready.