The risk of loss is a concept that determines which party must bear the risk of damage to the goods after the conclusion of the sale, but before delivery. If the seller bears the risk of loss, he must send another shipment of goods to the buyer or pay damages to the buyer if the goods are damaged before delivery. If the buyer bears the risk of loss, the buyer must pay for the goods, even if they are damaged during shipment. In addition, a seller may expressly refuse or modify implied warranties under the PEC. 1. Ensure market fatigue: a commercial product is a product that is “suitable for ordinary uses” for which goods of this type are used. An example is that when a buyer buys a bike intended for racing cycling. There is an unspoken guarantee that the bike is suitable for racing cycling. However, if the buyer uses it for mountain biking, the buyer does not use the bike for the intended use and there is no market guarantee. The deposit is a certain amount of money that a buyer gives to a seller as collateral that he will make during the transaction. If the buyer chooses to buy, the acomphement will go towards the purchase price. The deposit can be refundable or non-refundable, which means that the deposit is either returned to the buyer or retained by the seller if the agreement is not concluded.

16. Global Agreement. The Parties acknowledge and agree that this Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the Parties. . . .