5 (1) In this section, «necessities» are goods adapted to the condition of the infant or a minor or other person and to his or her actual needs at the time of sale and delivery. (d) an auction may be declared at a reserved or confused price and an offer right may also be expressly reserved by or on behalf of the seller; 48 Subject to this Act, the unpaid seller`s right to obtain a right of pledge or withholding or commitment in the Transitu is not affected by a sale or other disposition of the goods that the purchaser may have made, unless the seller has committed to it, provided that an owner of the goods has been legally transferred to a person as a buyer or owner of the goods and that person transfers the document to a person. person who accepts the document in good faith. and in return in value, if a transfer last mentioned took place through the sale, the unpaid privilege or the withholding or transfer in transit is refused and, if the latter transfer is made by pledge or other pawn, the unpaid pledge or the withholding or commitment in the Transitu can only be exercised subject to the rights of the purchaser. R.S., circa 408, 48. 10 In the event of an agreement to sell certain goods, the goods are lost to the buyer without fault of the seller or buyer before the transfer of risk, thus avoiding the contract. R.S., about 408, 10. Suppose A and B have a TV together, A can transfer his property to the TV on B, making B the sole owner of the goods. In the same way, a partner can buy goods from the company in which he is a partner, and vice versa. 20 (1) In the event of a contract to sell certain goods or goods found, ownership of those goods is transferred to the purchaser at the time the contracting parties consider transferring them. (3) If the seller of the commodity buys the buyer for the price and transfers the exchange and bill of lading to the buyer to ensure acceptance or payment of the change, the buyer is obliged to return the bill of lading if he does not respect the exchange rate and, if the buyer unduly retains the bill of lading, the ownership of the goods will not be returned to the buyer. R.S., 408, 22. Ownership of the goods passes from one side to the other.
Buyers and sellers must be different people. Otherwise, it is not possible to establish a contract. 4. If the seller expressly reserves a resale right in the event of a buyer`s delay and the buyer sells the goods in the event of a delay, the original sales contract is revoked, without prejudice to any claims made by the seller.