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Retention of Title [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781854187031Publication details: London : Thorogood Publishing Ltd, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781854187147
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Retention of TitleDDC classification:
  • 346.42074
LOC classification:
  • HD30.2
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Contents:
Contents; Cover; About Singletons, Solicitors; Preface; Chapter 1 Protection against future insolvency of a customer or supplier; Appendix: Chapter 1; Chapter 2 Retention of Title Clauses; Appendix: Chapter 2; Chapter 3 The Insolvent Customer; Appendix: Chapter 3
Summary: There is a popular myth that buyers do not own goods until the buyer has paid. Legally, this is incorrect. Instead, title passes on delivery, unless a clause has been agreed in a contract between the parties that title passes on payment. This Briefing looks at how to protect your business to ensure that when a customer goes out of business you can recover your goods rather than being left as an unsecured creditor who receives nothing.
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Contents; Cover; About Singletons, Solicitors; Preface; Chapter 1 Protection against future insolvency of a customer or supplier; Appendix: Chapter 1; Chapter 2 Retention of Title Clauses; Appendix: Chapter 2; Chapter 3 The Insolvent Customer; Appendix: Chapter 3

There is a popular myth that buyers do not own goods until the buyer has paid. Legally, this is incorrect. Instead, title passes on delivery, unless a clause has been agreed in a contract between the parties that title passes on payment. This Briefing looks at how to protect your business to ensure that when a customer goes out of business you can recover your goods rather than being left as an unsecured creditor who receives nothing.