Nonconforming Goods Law and Legal Definition
Nonconfirming goods refer to those goods that fail to meet specification provided in a contract. A buyer is entitled to reject the tender of the goods. The buyer can also revoke the acceptance of nonconfirming goods.
For example, an automobile for which there is no title available cannot be sold as there is no value. Therefore, the automobiles not accompanied by valid titles are nonconfirming goods.[ In Adcock Bros., Inc. v. Brielle Motors, Inc., 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 9041 (E.D. Pa. Aug. 15, 1988].