The Change of the Property in Goods by Sale in Market Overt

J. G. Pease
Columbia Law Review
Vol. 8, No. 5 (May, 1908), pp. 375-383
DOI: 10.2307/1110070
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1110070
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[Footnotes]
  • 3
    Bracton, Lib. II, Tract 2, Cap. XXXII, f. i1ob.
  • 4
    Goodsoni v. Duffield (i6I2) Cro. Jac. 313.
  • 5
    Professor Maitlaiid's Introduction, p. 133
  • 6
    I Jac. I, c. 2I, sec. 5
  • 7
    Y. B. 35 Hen. VI, f. 29.
  • 9
    Loc. cit.
  • 10
    Y. B. 12 Ed. IV, ff. 8 and 9.
  • 12
    Y. B. i Hen. VI, j. I9.
  • 13
    Y. B. 12 Ed. IV, ff. 8 and 9.
  • 14
    Plummer v. Bentham, 2 Burr 248
  • 15
    (1892) 1Q. B.25.
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    lifton v. Chancellor (I6oo) B. Mo. 624.
  • 17
    Hollinshead's Chronicles (ed. 1587) Bk. II, Ch. ii.
  • 19
    Moran v. Pitt (1873) 42L. J. Q. B.47.
  • 20
    Harwood v. Smith (C788) 2 T. R. 750.
  • 21
    Pollock and Maitland,. History of English Law, Vol. I, pp. 162 to I64.
  • 22
    Y. B. 35 Hen. VI, j. 28.
  • 23
    Bentley v. Vilmonit (I887) 12 App. Cas. 471.
  • 24
    Sale of Goods Act, 1893, sec. 24 (I).
  • 25
    The Forfeiture Act, 1870.
  • 26
    utpra.
  • 27
    (1835) 2 A. & E. 495.