O’Dell was preparing for a gala New Year’s Eve charity ball. He could not decide which of three tuxedos to buy from Signet Styles. At O’Dell’s request, the manager set all three aside until the next day so O’Dell’s friend could come in to help him decide. That night a fire destroyed the store and its contents.
Must O’Dell pay for the tuxedos that were set aside?
Seller is to deliver a document of title (airbill)
Title passes when and where the document is delivered
Degory bought 600 tons of oats from Delta. The oats were stored in a public grain elevator. Title passed when an authorized agent of Delta delivered a negotiable warehouse receipt for the oats to Degory