If the seller bears the risk of loss, he must send another shipment of goods to the buyer or pay damages to the buyer if the goods are damaged before delivery. If the buyer bears the risk of loss, the buyer must pay for the goods, even if they are damaged during shipment. In addition, a seller may expressly refuse or modify implied warranties under the PEC. „A contract for the sale of immovable property is a contract that provides for the sale of that property under the terms agreed between the parties“ – section 54, section 54, states: „It does not in itself create interest or calculate the property properly.“ In case of immediate sale, all rights related to the goods are immediately transferred to the buyer, while this is not the case for the sales agreement. . . .