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THE LAW OF SALES OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
FORMATION OF CONTRACT OF SALE.
DEFINITION AND GENERAL NATURE.
Sec. 1. Definitions.
FORMALITIES EVIDENCING THE MAKING OF THE
CONTRACT. Sec. 5. Form of contract of sale. Sec. 6. Formalities required in certain cases.
Statute of frauds. Sec. 7. Statute of frauds not applicable if price
is less than a certain amount. Sec. 8. Statute of frauds no defense if payment
has been made in whole or part. Sec. 9. Statute of frauds no defense where there
has been acceptance of all or a part of the goods.
Sec. 10. Statute of frauds no defense where there
is a sufficient signed memorandum. Sec. 11. What is a contract of sale within the
statute of frauds.
THE CONTRACT'S OBLIGATIONS AS AFFECTED BY THE
EXISTENCE OR DESTRUCTION OF THE GOODS. Sec. 12. Goods not yet in existence. Sec. 13. Destruction or deterioration of the goods
before the making of the contract. Sec. 14. Destruction or deterioration after con
tract to sell of the subject matter thereof.
THE CONTRACT'S OBLIGATIONS AS AFFECTED BY
WARRANTIES. Sec. 15. Definition of warranty.
A. Express Warranties. Sec. 16. What constitutes express warranty. Sec. 17. Whether alleged warranties provable if
contract in writing.
B. Implied Warranties. Sec. 18. The implied warranties. (1) Those of
title. Sec. 19. The implied warranties. (2) Those in a
sale by description. Sec. 20. The implied warranties. (3) Those in a
sale by sample.
Sec. 21. The implied warranties. (4) The war
ranty of quality that goods ordered by
description shall be merchantable. Sec. 22. The implied warranties. (5) The war
ranty of quality that goods ordered for a particular purpose shall be fit for that
purpose. Sec. 23. Warranties not available against a re
EFFECT AS TRANSFERRING
TRANSFER OF TITLE BETWEEN BUYER AND SELLER
WHEN RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES NOT INVOLVED. Sec. 24. Meaning of phrase "transfer of title." Sec. 25. Goods unascertained. Sec. 26. Goods ascertained. Sec. 27. Rules for ascertaining intention of the
parties: first rule. Sec. 28. Rules for ascertaining intention of the
parties: second rule. Sec. 29. Rules for ascertaining intention of the
parties: third rule. Sec. 30. Rules for ascertaining intention of the
parties: fourth rule. Sec. 31. Rules for ascertaining intention of the
parties: fifth rule. Sec. 32. Reservation upon shipment of title in
seller. Sec. 33. Risk of loss.
TRANSFER OF TITLE WHEN RIGHTS OF OTHERS
THAN BUYER AND SELLER INVOLVED. Sec. 34. Attempted sale by one not owner; in
general. A. When True Owner Not Estopped to Assert Title. Sec. 35. In general. Sec. 36. In case of consignment for sale. Sec. 37. In case of bailment other than for sale. B. When True Owner Estopped to Assert Title
Against Third Persons. Sec. 38. In general. Sec. 39. Allowing another to assert that he is the
owner. Sec. 40. Clothing another with documentary in
dicia of title. C. When True Owner Prevented by Statute to Assert
Title. Sec. 41. In general. Sec. 42. Effect of retention by seller after sale. Sec. 43. Conditional sales. Sec. 44. Bulk sales of entire stock in trade. Sec. 45. Transfers and pledges by factors. Sec. 46. Chattel mortgages.
TRANSFERRING TITLE BY TRANSFERRING THE
DOCUMENT OF TITLE. Sec. 47. What are documents of title. Sec. 48. Documents of title either negotiable or
Sec. 49. Distinction in legal effect between ne
gotiable and non-negotiable documents
of title. Sec. 50. How negotiation of documents accom
plished. Sec. 51. Results of transfer of document to trans
fer title to goods.
THE PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT.
OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES.
Sec. 52. In general.
ACCEPTANCE BY BUYER; ITS EFFECT.
Sec. 56. Effect of acceptance by buyer where
seller has delayed performance. Sec. 57. Effect of acceptance where seller has
not fulfilled his warranties of quality or fitness.