What constitutes a delivery of the property sold?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Kinloch v. Scribner, 1883 CanLII 9 (ON CA):

This was in my opinion a delivery of the property sold, in the sense of an actual transfer of its possession from vendor to vendee. It was such an immediate delivery as the Act requires, as it followed at once upon the completion of all that had to be done in connection with the sale; and it was done, as I find, with the intention of transferring the property and its possession to the plaintiff. See McMartin v. Moore, 27 C.P. 397.

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