perfect tender rule

Definition of "perfect tender rule"
  1. A principle that allows a purchaser to refuse products if they or the offer of delivery do not match the specifications stated in the contract in any way
How to use "perfect tender rule" in a sentence
  1. Under the perfect tender rule, the customer declined the shipment as the products did not match the color specified in the contract.
  2. Due to an inconsistency in the quality of goods delivered, the buyer invoked the perfect tender rule.
  3. As per the perfect tender rule, the buyer refused to accept the delivery because the packaging did not comply with the contractual obligations.

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