Goods include all movable property, including stock and shares, growing crops, grass, etc. It does not include actionable claims and money, or immovable property1. A good example is that of fast-moving consumer goods: candies, bread, coffee beans, packaged juice, etc. Sale of goods can be over-the-counter (such as medicines for the common cold) or through delivery (such as books from Barnes & Noble).
- Section 2(7), of The Sale of Goods Act, 1913