Right of resale – Where the unpaid seller has exercised his right of lien or resumes possession of the goods by exercising his right of stoppage in transit upon insolvency of the buyer, he can re-sell the goods under the following circumstance –

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(a) where the goods are of perishable nature.

(b) Where the seller has given notice of his intention to re-sell the goods and yet the price remains unpaid.

(c) Where the seller expressly reserves a right of resale if the buyer commits a default in making the payment.

 

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