(2) If the contract involves carriage of the goods, the seller may dispatch the goods on terms whereby the goods, or documents controlling their disposition, will not be handed over to the buyer except against payment of the price.
(3) The buyer is not bound to pay the price until he has had an opportunity to examine the goods, unless the procedures for delivery or payment agreed upon by the parties are inconsistent with his having such an opportunity.
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Leif Sevón [Finland], Obligations of the Buyer under the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, in Sarcevic & Volken ed., International Sale of Goods: Dubrovnik Lectures, Oceana (1986), Ch. 6 at 214 et seq.; see also Lief Sevón, excerpt from Obligations of the Buyer under the Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods, Suomalainen Lakimiesten Yhdistys: - Tidskrift utgiven av Juridiska Föreningen i Finland 126 (1990) 327-343
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