26 If the seller of the goods has countervailable title but his ownership has not been avoided at the time of sale, the buyer acquires good ownership of the goods, provided that the buyer purchases them in good faith and without notice of the seller`s default. R.S., at 408, p. 26. (4) If the goods are rejected by the buyer and the carrier or any other surety is still in possession of them, the transit shall not be considered completed even if the seller has refused to wait for it. 3. If, by means of a contract of sale, the seller claims to make an ongoing sale of future products, the contract shall be considered as an agreement for the transfer of the goods. R.S., c. 408, p. 8. (c) an implied warranty that the goods are free from fees or charges in favour of third parties that are not declared or known to the buyer before or at the time of the conclusion of the contract. R.S., at 408, p. 15; Revision corrected in 1998.
60 (1) The provisions of the Common Law, including the merchant by right, to the extent that they are not inconsistent with the express provisions of this Act, in particular those relating to the law of the contracting authority and the agent and the effects of fraud, misrepresentation, coercion or coercion, error or other ineffective reasons, continue to apply to contracts for the sale of goods. 2. Where the goods are dispatched and the goods are delivered by way of lading on order of the seller or seller, the seller reserves prima facie the right to dispose. 2. Unless otherwise authorized by the buyer, the seller must enter into a contract with the carrier, on behalf of the buyer, that is reasonable having regard to the nature of the goods and the other circumstances of the case and, if the seller fails to do so and the goods are lost or damaged during carriage, the buyer may refuse: treat the delivery to the carrier as a delivery to himself or make the seller liable for damages. 3. The provisions of this Law on contracts of sale shall not apply to transactions in the form of a contract of sale which are to be operated in the form of collateral, deposit, deposit or other security. (c) the goods must be free from defects which render them inexuberant, which would not be identifiable if the design were properly examined. .