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The Sales Contract: Transfer of Title and Risk of Loss

Quiz 16 :
The Sales Contract: Transfer of Title and Risk of Loss

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When one party breaches a sales contract, the UCC places the risk of loss on the party responsible for the breach.
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Title and risk of loss must pass from seller to buyer according to the provisions of the UCC.
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In a sale of goods, risk of loss is generally more important than when title passes from seller to buyer.
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The UCC shifted the emphasis from title to risk of loss because it was often difficult to tell exactly when the title was passed from the seller to the buyer.
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A contract for the sale of goods is either a present sale or a contract to sell.
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A contract to sell is a sale of identified goods.
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Goods become identified when the seller and the buyer decide on the exact goods to be sold.
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Whether the seller is a merchant or a nonmerchant and if no shipment or delivery is required by the seller, risk of loss passes when the buyer actually takes possession of the goods.
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In some sales of goods, the seller is required to ship the goods to the buyer.
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Under the common law the location of title formed the basis of the sale of goods to the buyer.
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A sale on approval is a present sale.
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If goods delivered to a buyer are intended to be resold to consumers, the transaction is considered to be a sale on approval.
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Title determines whether goods are the subject of a present sale or a contract to sell.
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Generally, a buyer obtains no better title to goods than the seller had.
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A bill of sale is proof of ownership.
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Under the UCC,
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The UCC, Article 2,
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Goods that are not in existence and not yet identified are called
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DeBruin went to CompuTown to buy an Ibex personal computer. The store was sold out but agreed to order one. This transaction is a
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When goods are in existence and identifiable, title passes from the seller to the buyer
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