Where a tender or delivery of goods so fails to conform to the contract as to give
a right of rejection, the risk of their loss remains on the seller until cure or acceptance.
1965, c. 306, §8 (AMD)
Where the buyer rightfully revokes acceptance, he may to the extent of any deficiency
in his effective insurance coverage treat the risk of loss as having rested on the
seller from the beginning.
Where the buyer as to conforming goods already identified to the contract for sale
repudiates or is otherwise in breach before risk of their loss has passed to him,
the seller may to the extent of any deficiency in his effective insurance coverage
treat the risk of loss as resting on the buyer for a commercially reasonable time.
1965, c. 306, §8 (AMD).
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