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1 Nature and purpose

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(B) Commentary

A: STATUTORY DEFINITIONS OF BILLS OF SALE

1 Nature and purpose1

A bill of sale is a document that operates so as to transfer the property in goods from one person2 to another. The transfer of the property in goods may be effected without the use of documents. This is so in the case of an ordinary sale of goods where delivery of possession and payment of the price are concurrent conditions, unless otherwise agreed, and the intention of the parties is that the property should pass from the seller to the buyer3. It may, however, be the case that

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