However, aquot;the complexity of the intended function of the goods is clearly of prime consideration here. ... context of the Sale of Goods Act is a question of fact, 90 and there seems no reason not to take all the facts and surrounding circumstances into account. ... The case of Naughton v Oa#39; Callaghan95 affords an example of circumstances which were considered to warrant departure from the prima facie rule.
|Title||:||Essays in commercial law|
|Author||:||Andrew Borrowdale, David Rowe|
|Publisher||:||Gaunt - 1991|