| Commentary

5.1 General

| Commentary

5 Application of the Bills of Sale 1878

5.1 General

The Bills of Sale Act 1878 applies to bills of sale, whether absolute or subject to any trust, whereby the holder or grantee has power, either with or without notice, and either immediately or at any future time, to seize or take possession of any personal chattels comprised in or made subject to such bill of sale1. The Act defines the terms ‘bill of sale’ and ‘personal chattels’2.

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