Retention of title

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Law.

A retention of title clause is a term in a contract of sale providing that ownership of the goods will not pass to the buyer until the buyer fulfils certain obligations, usually payment of the purchase price.

Also known as a reservation of title clause.

Also known as a Romalpa clause after the name of the legal case in which the validity of such clauses was first established in law in the UK.


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