Where in a contract for sale of goods there is no express or implied provision as to place of delivery of the goods, under section 36 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1930, the goods would be deemed to have been delivered

A. At the place where they were at the time of sale

B. At the buyer's place

C. At the seller's place

D. At the place away from the seller's place

Answer: Option A

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