TITLE, Regulation This part of an act of the legislator by which it is known and differs from other acts the name of the act. 2. A practice has been imposed at the end of the years to plunge a mass of heterogeneous matter into the same act, so that it is almost impossible to describe it or even to allude it in the title of the act. This practice has rendered the title of minor importance, but in some cases it is essential to the construction of an act. 7 East, R. 132, 134; 2 Cranch, 386. See Lord Raym. 77; It`s hard. 324; Barr. On Stat.
499, n. With respect to goods, an imprecise summary of the following detailed rule of law would be that a seller or supplier promises the buyer that the buyer will own the merchandise and will be able to enjoy the fruits of that property. A contract for the sale of property other than one, which is the result of the contract or which seeks to infer from its circumstances the intention that the seller transfers only the property he or a third party may have, contains an implied condition of the seller that, in the event of a sale, he has the right to sell the goods and, in the event of a sale agreement , have such a right if the property is to pass. There is also a tacit guarantee that: According to the breach of contract TTToC is only what can be interpreted as theft.  If, for example.B. a particular condition of conditional transfer of ownership from Part A to Part B is not fulfilled, Part B nevertheless seizes possession of the property against it, they have committed a theft , whether possession was committed by force or by misrepresentation of the facts that give the impression that the conditions of transmission are met. [Citation required] TTToC considers a contract to be a transfer of title between the contracting parties. The sale of securities may be subject to conditions, which means that the transfer of a security is effective only if a given condition is met, as well as a forward-looking assignment that implies that a share transfer takes effect at a given time. In a loan agreement, for example, the lender transfers the property of the investor to the borrower and the borrower transfers a future property to the lender on the amount of capital plus interest.
When the loan matures, the transfer of the security comes into effect from the borrower to the lender and the lender has the right to obtain the money that is now his. It is important to note that the lender is only entitled to obtain the money if the money is available and held by the borrower. Another example is a service contract in which the service consumer transfers a future title to a service provider when a service is performed.