Commentary

67 Made-up products and synthesised goods

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

67 Made-up products and synthesised goods

| Commentary

67 Made-up products and synthesised goods

Greater difficulty surrounds the effect of a title retention clause over made-up or synthesised goods, as where, for example, a seller supplies steel which is made into girders by the buyer, or radiators which are to be fitted to cars owned by the buyer. The buyer may incorporate materials of his own into the resultant artefact, as well as improving it by his skill and labour. He may even have acquired the other component materials on similar title retention terms from other suppliers. Courts are reluctant to hold that the original title retention clause

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