Where goods have been obtained under a contract by which the owner voluntarily parts with the possession of the goods and either intends to pass the property or intends to confer a power to pass the property in the goods, the fact that the contract was induced by means of misrepresentation1 renders the contract voidable only and not void2. If before the contract is avoided the goods are pawned
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