What You Need to Know About the Sales of Goods Act 2002 Tanzania
The due date means the date the seller is obliged to deliver the goods to the person to whom he is delivering them. It may be, for example, the day a buyer accepts the seller's offer to deliver the goods, or the day on which the buyer actually accepts the seller's offer. There is no legal obligation on the seller to deliver the goods before the due date, nor is there an obligation to deliver the goods within a certain time.
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The seller is deemed to know and to have notice of any customs, custom house, or other laws or regulations which he is obliged to comply with in the conduct of his business, and any goods to which he may need special importation permission to import into the country of the sale are deemed to be the property of the seller; and in the case of export or import, the seller shall take the necessary precautions to obtain necessary customs or other permission to enable him to comply with customs laws or the like.
In the case of the goods being exported, unless otherwise agreed, the seller is obliged to cause the shipment to be made or the goods to be delivered in accordance with the terms and conditions laid down in the shipment or delivery document for export.
Any other document that purports to be a bill of lading, dock warrant, warehouse-keeper's certificate, warrant or order for the delivery of goods, and any other document used in the ordinary course of business as proof of the possession or control of goods, or authorising or purporting to authorise, either by endorsement or by delivery, the possessor of the document to transfer or receive goods represented by that document, is deemed to be such a document unless the other party knows it to be not such a document.