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Time for delivery

Article 33 in essence provides that the goods are to be delivered on or by the time specified, otherwise within a reasonable time after formation. The common law adopts a similar analysis.

Article 34 makes collateral provision regarding documents relating to the goods, and assumes that the contract makes provision for them. Inter alia, the seller can, in defined circumstances where he hands over the documents prior to the time required in the contract, cure any lack of conformity in them, although the buyer remains entitled to any damages which may be due.