reasonable time for delivery

reasonable time for delivery
A delivery by a seller of goods during usual business hours where the purchaser is a merchant; a delivery at any hour of the day designated for delivery, provided there is still sufficient light, time, and opportunity for the purchaser properly to inspect and care for the goods. 46 Am J1st Sales § 167. A delivery by a carrier within business hours and under such circumstances that the consignee may receive and put away his goods in a manner consistent with their safety. 13 Am J2d Car § 410. See reasonable time for transportation.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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