List of summaries, consolidations and regulations
The International Sale of Goods Act
The International Sale of Goods Act applies the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods to Saskatchewan. Unless the parties expressly opt out of the Convention, its rules apply to all contracts for the sale of goods entered into between sellers and buyers in Saskatchewan and sellers and buyers in another contracting state.
The Convention includes goods to be manufactured or processed unless the buyer supplies a substantial part of the materials necessary for their manufacture or production. It does not apply to contracts for the supply of labour or other services if this is the largest part of the seller's obligation. It also does not apply to sales:
The Convention sets out uniform rules for the international sale of goods concerning:
The Convention came into force in Canada in 1992. Over 30 countries have ratified the Convention to date.