 “No seller of goods can give the buyer of
goods a better title to those goods then what
he himself possess”.
 EXCEPTIONSTOTHIS RULE
 1. An unauthorised Sale by a Merchantile
Agent
 2.Transfer of title by Estoppel
 3. Sale by a ...
 6. Sale by buyer in possession after
‘agreement to buy’.
 7. Sale by a finder of goods.
 8. Sale by a pledger.
 9. Re...
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Transfer of property

  1. 1.  “No seller of goods can give the buyer of goods a better title to those goods then what he himself possess”.
  2. 2.  EXCEPTIONSTOTHIS RULE  1. An unauthorised Sale by a Merchantile Agent  2.Transfer of title by Estoppel  3. Sale by a Joint Owner  4. Sale by a person in possession under a voidable contract.  5. Sale by seller in possession of the goods after their sale provided buyer Acts in good faith and without notice of previous sale.
  3. 3.  6. Sale by buyer in possession after ‘agreement to buy’.  7. Sale by a finder of goods.  8. Sale by a pledger.  9. Resale by unpaid seller.

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