MALAYSIAN CONSUMER LAW ON SALE OF GOODS: FOCUSING ON STATUTORY IMPLIED TERMS TOWARDS THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS)Syafrinaldi1, Yusri Munaf, Muhammad Rizal Razman, Radin Zulhazmi Radin Abdul Halim, Sharifah Zarina Syed Zakaria and Nuriah Abd. Majid
This article will discuss how the Malaysian Consumer Law on Sale of Goods Act, 1957 focusing on the statutory implied terms by providing governance instruments in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The core reference of this article is based on the Malaysian Consumer Law on Sale of Goods Act, 1957. This article has been divided into five main parts. The first two parts are looking at the definition of a contract of sale and the formation of the contract, respectively. After that, the third part proceeds to discuss the terms of a contract of sale. In the fourth part of this article discusses the implied terms in the Act and further discuss how these statutory implied terms provide governance instruments in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Finally, the final part of this article concludes the discussion.