KIRKHAM  v.  ATTENBOROUGH

Sale of Goods

KIRKHAM v. ATTENBOROUGH

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE COURT OF APPEAL KIRKHAM v. ATTENBOROUGH Sale of Goods – Contract – Sale or Return – Transfer of Property as between Seller and Buyer – Pledge of Goods -“Act adopting the Transaction” – Sale of Goods Act, 1893 (56 & 57 Vict. c. 71), s. 18, r. 4(a). Where a person.

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KURSELL V TIMBER OPERATORS AND CONTRACTORS LTD

COURT OF APPEAL [1927] 1 K. B.928 KURSELL v TIMBER OPERATORS AND CONTRACTORS, LIMITED.   Sale of Goods-Contract for Sale of uncut Timber in Latvian Forest-Timber to be cut when Ripe-Cutting to be completed and Timber removed within fifteen Years-Possession taken by Purchasers-Subsequent Expropriation of Forest by Latvian Government-“Specific goods”-Frustration of Contract-Sale of Goods Act,

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LEWIS V AVERAY

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. COURT OF APPEAL. Before: THE MASTER OF THE ROLLS (Lord Denning) LORD JUSTICE PHILLIMORE and LORD JUSTICE MEGAW. (Appeal by defendant from order of His Honour Deputy Judge Ellison at Bromley County Court on 15th January, 1971) BETWEEN KEITH LODER LEWIS (Plaintiff) AND ANTHONY JOHN AVERAY (Defendant) Mr. Lewis

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LEE V BUTLER

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE COURT OF APPEAL LEE v. BUTLER Sale of Goods-Factors Acts-Possession of Goods under Agreement to Purchase – Furniture – Hire and Purchase Agreement – Factors Act, 1889 (52 & 53 Vict. c. 45), ss. 2, 9 – Dispositions by Sellers and Buyers of Goods. By the Factors Act, 1889, s. 2,

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May and Butcher Limited v The King(Abridged)

May and Butcher Limited v The King: HL 1929 References: [1934] 2 KB 17, [1929] UKHL 2, [1929] All ER Rep 679   Coram: Lord Dunedin, Lord Warrington of Clyffe, Lord Buckmaster The parties entered into agreement for the sale of tentage, used in this sense to cover construction and equipments of tents acquired by

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PHILLIPS V BROOKS LTD

PHILLIPS V BROOKS LTD Citation: [1919] 2 KB 243 Coram: Horridge J A jeweller was induced to sell a ring to a rogue who presented himself as Sir George Bullough of 11 St. James’s Square. The jeweller had heard of Sir George Bullough and his check confirmed that he indeed lived in that address. he

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ROBINSON v GRAVES

SUPREME‚Äč COURT OF JUDICATURE COURT OF APPEAL ROBINSON v. GRAVES Contract – Commission to paint Portrait – Sate of Goods – Work and Labour – Sale of Goods Act, 1893 (56 & 57 Vict. c. 71), s. 4. The defendant orally commissioned the plaintiff, an artist, to paint the portrait of a lady and promised

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ROWLAND v. DIVALL

IN THE COURT OF APPEAL ROWLAND v. DIVALL [1922. R. 2746.] Sale of Goods-Implied Condition that Vendor has a Right to Sell-Breach of- User of Goods by Buyer-Total Failure of Consideration-Recovery Back of Price. The plaintiff bought a motor car from the defendant and used it for several months. It then appeared that the defendant

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UNDERWOOD LIMITED v. BURGH CASTLE BRICK AND CEMENT SYNDICATE

COURT OF APPEAL UNDERWOOD LIMITED v. BURGH CASTLE BRICK AND CEMENT SYNDICATE. Sale of Goods-Trade Fixtures-Condensing Engine -Delivery Free on Rail -Passing of Properly-Deliverable State – Sale of Goods Act 1893 (56 & 57 Vict. c. 7 1), s. 18. By s18 of the Sale of Goods Act, 1893, unless different intention appears. Rule 1

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VARLEY V WHIPP (abridged)

VARLEY V WHIPP: QBD 1900 Citation: (1900) 1 QB 513 Coram: Channell, Bucknill JJ This was a case of sale by description. The defendant had agreed to buy a self binder reaping machine described by the seller, the plaintiff, as a new machine which had just been bought the previous year and had only been

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