Sale of Goods and Supply of Services Act 1980

Sale of Goods Act, 1893, section 55A.


23.After section 55 of the Act of 1893 there shall be inserted the section set out in the following Table:


Conflict of laws.

55A.—Where the proper law of a contract of sale of goods would, apart from a term that it should be the law of some other country or a term to the like effect, be the law of Ireland or where any such contract contains a term which purports to substitute, or has the effect of substituting, provisions of the law of some other country for all or any of the provisions of sections 12 to 15 and 55 of this Act, those sections shall, notwithstanding that term but subject to section 61 (6) of this Act, apply to the contract.