conditional sale agreement

conditional sale agreement
A conditional sale agreement is an agreement in which the ownership of the goods passes to the buyer once he has fulfilled certain conditions i.e. usually until he has paid all of the instalments.

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conditional sale agreement
an agreement under which the sale is suspended until the price is paid. The term is important in relation to consumer credit law.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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