Handbook Of The Law Of Sale Of Goods (Classic Reprint).pdf
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (27 Sept. 2015)
By: John Delatre Falconbridge (Author)
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Rules for ascertaining intention(s. 20) 33 Unconditional contract 34 Something to be done by seller 34 Goods in deliverable state(s. 2) 34 35.Suspensive and resolutive conditions 36 Condition precedent or suspensive 36 Delivery on approval 36 Condition subsequent or resolutive 37 !ti. Unascertained and future goods 38 Unascertained goods Property cannot pass until ascertained (s.18). 38 Future goods(s. 7) 38 Property cannot pass at once(s. 7) 38 37.Appropriation of goods to the contract(s. 20). 40 38.Reservation of right of disposal 42 How right may be reserved (s.21) 43 Chapter IV. Who Can Give a Good Title.41: Sale by person without title 46 Exceptions to general rule 46 Nemo dat quod -non liabet (s.23) 47 Sale by authorized agent 47 Sale under power of sale 47 Market overt 47 Writ of execution 48 42.Sale by person with voidable title(s. 25) 48 Distinguished from void title 49 Stolen goods 49 43.Transfer of document of title 50 Document of title(s. 2) 50 Bill of lading 51 Warehouse receipt 51 Bills of Lading Act 53 - 44.Ostensible ownership or agency 55 45.Seller or buyer in possession 57 Seller in possession(s. 26) : 57 Bills of Sale Act 60 ,?Buyer in possession(s.
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