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Definition Of An Unpaid Seller And His Rights

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Definition Of An Unpaid Seller And His Rights
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1.  A seller, to whom only a party of the price has been paid, falls in the category of
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2.  After regaining possession of the goods by exercising his right of stoppage in transit, the unpaid seller can also resell the goods to someone else.
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3.  Unpaid seller's right to recover ___________ also entitles his to recover interest. 
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4.  The right of lien of an unpaid seller depends on
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5.  The unpaid seller is entitled to claim interest only when he is entitled to recover
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6.  The right of stoppage of goods in transit is exercised by an unpaid seller in order to
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7.  The right of lien is divisible and the seller can be compelled to deliver a part of the gods on the payment of proportionate price of goods.
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8.  The rights of withholding deliver in is similar to and coextensive with the right of
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9.  Where the buyer offers to pay the price, the seller refuses to accept the same, the seller shall
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10.  Which of the following rights are available to an unpaid seller against the buyer?
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11.  The unpaid seller's right of lien is provided in________________    
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12.  The legal definition of an 'unpaid seller' is given in which of the following section of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930? 
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13.  Right of lien is lost when______ of goods is lost.
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14.  The unpaid seller has the right to resell the goods where he has exercised his right of lien or stoppage in transit.
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15.  The right of lien is exercised to________ of goods.
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16.  Where the ownership of the goods is transferred to the buyer, which of the following rights are available to an unpaid seller.
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17.  The unpaid seller's right of stoppage in transit is lost when the
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18.  Where seller's only remedy is for damages, he cannot file a suit for interest.
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19.  Where the buyer repudiates the contract before the due date of delivery of goods. The seller may treat the contract as
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20.  Where the unpaid seller resells the goods without giving a notice to the buyer and there is loss on resale, then the unpaid seller.
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21.  On the transfer of ownership, rf the buyer fails to accept tne gooes and pay for them, then the seller can file a suit for recovery of
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22.  If the carrier wrongfully (i.e., without any just cause) refuses to deliver the goods to the buyer. Then the
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23.  Where the unpaid seller has parted with the possession of the goods, seller's right of lien is lost.
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24.  The unpaid seller can withhold the delivery of the goods where the buyer
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25.  In which of the following cases, an unpaid seller of goods, who is an possession of them , is entitled to retain the possession until the entire price is paid or tendered?
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26.  An unpaid seller enjoys certain special rights under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930.
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27.  Which of the following statements is correct if an unpaid seller results the goods after giving a notice to the buyer of his intention to resell the goods?
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28.  Contains unpaid seller's right of lien.
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29.  Which of the following statement is incorrect?
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30.  Before the transfer of ownership. If the buyer wrongfully fails to accept the goods delivered by the seller, then the seller can file a suit for the recovery of
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31.  The 'stoppage in transit' means the stopping of the goods while they are in the course of transmission to the
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32.  The unpaid seller can exercise the right of stoppage of goods in transit for
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33.  Which of the following rights are available to an unpaid seller against the buyer?
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34.  Under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930, an unpaid seller hasright
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35.  After exercising his right of lien, the unpaid seller may give a notice to pay or ender the price within
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36.  The right of lien is exercised by unpaid seller in order to
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37.  The unpaid seller can exercise his right of stoppage in transit by giving notice to the carrier to stop the goods and redeliver them to the seller or according to his directions.
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38.  On buyer's failure to pay the price within reasonable time the unpaid seller can resell the goods to someone else, where
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39.  Where the goods are rejected by the buyer and the carrier or other bailee continues to be in possession of the goods, then he transit
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40.  The transit commences form the time when the goods are delivered to the carrier or other bailee and it continues till the buyer
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41.  In which of the following cases, seller's right of stoppage in transit is lost ?
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42.  The unpaid seller's right of stoppage of goods in transit is provided in  ___________.
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43.   Where he unpaid seller resells the goods without giving a notice to the buyer and  there is profit on resale, then the unpaid seller is
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44.  Which of the following rights are available to an unpaid seller against the goods? i.           Right of lien. ii.         Right of stoppage in transit. iii.        Right of resale  iv.        Right to demand back goods.
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45.  If after arrival of the goods at appointed destination, the carrier acknowledges to the buyer that he is now holding the goods on his behalf, but the buyer instructs the carrier to carry the goods to some other destination, then.
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46.  A sold certain goods to B for Rs. 5,000 and B made the payment by cheque. However, the cheque, when presented for payment, was dishonoured. Here, A is in the position of
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47.  If the buyer takes a seat in the same ship which is carrying the goods to the buyer's destination, then the buyer's taking seat amounts to
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48.  Where by exercising the right of stoppage in transit, the unpaid seller regains the possession of the goods, then
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49.  The unpaid seller can exercise the right of stoppage in transit where the middleman i.e., carrier holds the goods as an
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50.  The unpaid seller can exercise his right of lien over the goods where he is in possession of the goods as a 
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51.  An unpaid seller also has the right of without the delivery of the goods sold to a buyer.
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52.  The unpaid seller can exercise his right of lien over the goods, for
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53.  Where the seller has expressly reserved his right of resale and resells the goods without giving a notice to the buyer, then incase of loss on resale the seller is
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54.  Where the buyer becomes insolvent and the unpaid seller has parted with the possession of the goods sold, he can stop the goods in transit until
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55.  In which of the following cases, the unpaid seller loses his right of lien?
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56.  The unpaid seller can exercise his right of stoppage of goods in transit where before paying the price, the buyer.
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57.  In which of the following cases, a seller deemed to be an unpaid seller?
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58.  Under the Sale of Goods Act, 1930, a seller is considered an unpaid seller when i.       a part of price has been paid ii.      whole of price has not been paid or tendered. iii.    Whole of price is tendered but seller refuses to accept iv.    A bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument, received in payment, has been dishonoured.
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