Circumstances under which a non-owner of good might pass a valid title to the buyer in a scale of goods contract

Discuss five circumstances under which a non-owner of goods might pass a valid title to the buyer in a sale of goods contract

Circumstances under which a non-owner of good might pass a valid title to the buyer in a scale of goods contract

  • If the seller sold some goods to the buyer
  • If the seller has obtained such goods under a voidable ground (coercion, fraud, misrepresentation or under influence)
  • If the contract has not been rescinded until the time of the sale.



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