An agent loses his lien by parting with the possession of the goods1, unless at the time of parting with them he reserves expressly or by implication his right of lien2, or they are obtained from him by fraud or other unlawful means3. He may also, whilst remaining in possession of the goods, lose his lien by dealing with them in any way which is inconsistent with its continuance4, or by entering into any agreement5, or doing any act6 which necessarily implies its
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