In a contract for the hire of goods1 there is an implied condition on the part of the bailor that he has or will have the right to transfer possession of the goods and an implied warranty that the bailee will as a rule enjoy quiet possession of the goods for the period of the bailment2. These provisions do not affect the right of the bailor to repossess the goods under an express or implied term of the contract3.
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