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References are to sections: Vol. I, $S 1-797; Vol. II, SS 798-1850
and payment presumptively contemporaneous, 1407, 1408.
buyer's remedy in absence of, 1717 et seq.
measure of damages for delay in, 1790–1792.
as waiver of seller's lien, 1482–1486.
in part, effect of upon right of stoppage in transitu, 1602.
estoppel by form of, to assert seller's lien, 1504–1506.
necessity of, before retaking goods on conditional sale, 628.
not necessary to recovery of price, 1416.
necessaries " for infant, 132.
for wife, 185.
of goods in transit, whose loss, 739.
sale by, imports warranty of conformity, 1333 et seq.
correspondence of goods to, a condition, 1210.
import warranty, 1334 et seq. See CONFORMITY TO DESCRIPTION; WAR-
of goods sold, when necessary, 697, 713, 721. See APPROPRIATION; SEP-
of property sold conditionally, whose loss, 634.
risk during transit, who bears, 739.
References are to sections: Vol. I, SS 1-797; Vol. II, SS 798–1850.
how construed, 1134.
one party disabling himself from performance excuses other, 1097.
by infant, see INFANT.
notice of, on sale to be satisfactory, 661. See SALE "IF SATISFACTORY.”
by part payment, 1419, 1420.
agent to receive payment may give, 1464.
reasons for, on sale if satisfactory, 666. See SALE “IF SATISFACTORY."
effect of illegality, 1003.
not payment if dishonored, 545.
liability of buyer for breach of warranty, 1816.
sales and purchases by, 86–91.
sales and purchases by, 86-91.
to be exercised in delivering to carrier, 1183.
of warranty, 1265.
how construed, 1134, 1176.
payment of, to satisfy statute of frauds, 404–408. See STATUTE OF
effect on transfer of title, 514, 532.
as “necessaries " for infant, 132.
in passing title, see TITLE, TRANSFER OF.
vendee usually has none, 625.
References are to sections: Vol. I, $$ 1° 797; Vol. II, SS 798–1850.
title by, 157 et seq.
by warehouse receipts to assert seller's lien, 1507.
what constitutes, under warranty of title, 1796.
when judgment is evidence of, against vendor, 1798.
of goods ordered, 746.
effect of, 1158.
how differs from sale, 13-15.
of property, warranty of title implied on, 1306.
waiver as, 1070 et seq.
that party has been prevented, 1106.
what meant by term, 5.
sales by, 195.
statute of frauds extends to, 293.
what meant by, 5.
of thing sold, see THING SOLD; POTENTIAL EXISTENCE
statutes forbidding, 1047.
as excluding implied warranty, 1259–1261.
References are to sections: Vol. I, 98 1-797; Vol. II, SS 798–1850.
by acceptance of bill or note not due, 1428.
agent to receive payment may not grant, 1458.
appointment of, when constitutes a sale, 46–50.
right to stop goods in transit, 1530.
appearance of title under, 168.
how construed, 169.
of the nature of the objection in general, 828, 829.
in what cases applicable as defense to buyer, 830.
such as buyer bound to accept, 831.
how in case goods conditionally sold are retaken by seller, 837.
damages for, 1793 et seq.
liability of married woman for, 139.
implied warranty by, of articles sold for food, 1357.
sale of uninspected, 1050.
for breach of warranty, 1824, n.
of contracts of conditional sale, 603.
of fitness for food, 1356.
other circumstances raising warranty, 1358.
References are to sections: Vol. I, SS 1-797; Vol. II, SS 798-1850.
to what sellers the rule applies, 1345.
and ascertained article is ordered, 1349.
also that goods are new and of his own make, 1353.
goods sold conditionally become, when, 644 et seq.
sales of, within statute of frauds, 332 et seq.
meaning and effect of agreement to deliver, 733, note, 741, note
agreement to del how affects jus disponendi, 795-797.
implied warranty of fitness, on sale of, 1356.
for wife, 185.
when necessary, 235, 236.
how construed, 1134
definition of fraud, 866.
whether concealment of truth equivalent, 868.
concealment of latent defects, 869.