Sale of Goods Act , 1930
P having two bikes. He agrees to sell both of the bikes to s at a price to be fixed by the Q. He gives delivery of one bike immediately. Q refuses to fix the price. Such P ask S to return the bike already delivered while S claims for the delivery of the second bike too. In the given instance buyer S shall pay reasonable price to p for the bike already taken. As regards the second bike, the contract can be avoided.