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Retaining proprietary rights at common law through mixtures and changes : Glencore v. MTI.

Ulph, J. S. (2001) 'Retaining proprietary rights at common law through mixtures and changes : Glencore v. MTI.', Lloyd's maritime and commercial law quarterly. (4). pp. 449-456.

Abstract

Retention of title to goods under English law where mixing and blending is authorised and where it is unlawful and procedure for tracing assets into substitute goods.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Proprietary rights, Mixtures, Mixed goods, Oil, Passing of property, Retention of title, Tracing.
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Publisher Web site:http://www.lloydslawreports.com/llr/default.jsp?pageArea=related_info_page_inc
Record Created:03 May 2007
Last Modified:23 Nov 2010 12:09

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