Thank you your claim to the assignment of the resale of goods to you by way of
pledge has been ruled by court to create a charge which, against a limited
company is void if it is not registered at companies house.
cannot rely on that.
only remove goods covered by retention of title clause if you can do so whereby
they can be simply unbolted from whatever they have been incorporated into.
stock is already been sold when you're retention of title clause cannot enforce
is another issue that is you have not reserve the right to enter into the
customer's premises to collect the goods and therefore even if they had not been
sold, they can say, yes, they are yours what you are not coming onto the
premises to get them.
of sale trust only works if the money is kept completely separate from any
other money which means in effect that they would have to put it into a
separate bank account.
am asking is whether you told them that you had a retention of title clause but
they ignored you said and then went ahead and sold the stock anyway. I'm trying
to ascertain what stage, the stock was sold.
could let you have my dissertation which I have somewhere but it does make
rather heavy reading and it is over 4000 words.
link provides some excellent light reading although it might not seem like
lighter reading to you.