3. The receipt of the goods within the meaning of this section is made when the purchaser makes an act concerning the merchandise that recognizes an existing sales contract, whether or not the contract is signed. R.S., about 408, 7. 41 (1) Subject to this Act and a law enacted in that name, the unpaid seller of the goods as such, even if the ownership of the goods may be passed to the purchaser, has the same meaning as in the Factors Act; 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) Where there is a market available for the products in question, the amount of damage is determined by the difference between the contract price and the current market or price at the time the goods should have been accepted or, if time has not been set for acceptance, on the date of rejection of acceptance. R.S., about 408, 51. 50 (1) If the ownership of the goods is passed to the buyer under a sale agreement and the buyer neglects or refuses to pay the goods in accordance with the terms of the contract, the seller may sue him on the price of the goods. (2) This Act does not affect the legislative and regulatory provisions relating to the security of personal property or the order relating to the sale of goods, which is not expressly repealed by Chapter 1 of the 1910 Act. 2. Unless the buyer is authorized to do so, the seller must enter into a contract with the carrier on behalf of the buyer, which is appropriate given the nature of the merchandise and the other circumstances of the case, and if the seller refrains from doing so and the goods are lost or damaged during transport, the buyer may refuse delivery to the carrier as a delivery to himself.
or may make the seller liable for the damage. (h) “goods”: all personal cats such as objects and money and emblems, industrial crops and elements related to the land or part of the land that must be separated before the sale or as part of the sale contract; (a) when the goods are delivered to a carrier or other bailee for transmission to the purchaser, without reserving the right to sell the goods; 45 Subject to this Law, the unpaid seller who has separated from the ownership of the goods has the right, subject to that law, to stop them from transitu, i.e. to repossess the goods while they are in transit and to keep them until the price is paid or auctioned. R.S., about 408, 45. (a) when the buyer makes known to the seller, expressly or tacitly, the specific purpose for which the commodity is necessary to demonstrate that the buyer depends on the seller`s capabilities or appreciations and that the goods have a description that he must provide in connection with the sale, whether he is the manufacturer or that there is no implied condition. that the goods must be properly adapted to this purpose, provided there is no implied condition as to their suitability for a specific purpose in the case of a contract to sell a particular item under its patent or other trade name; 3. If the seller supplies the buyer with the goods that the seller has ordered for sale, mixed with other goods that are not included in the contract, the buyer can accept the contracted merchandise and refuse the rest, or the buyer may refuse the whole thing.