Commercial Lawcards 2010-2011 by Jonathan Fitchen

By Jonathan Fitchen

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This mirrors the common law rule that the contract becomes frustrated when, after it is made and through the fault of neither party, it becomes impossible or illegal to perform. Thus, a contract for the sale of unascertained goods from an identified source (for example, ‘10 tons of wheat to be grown on Blackacre’) will be frustrated at common law if, contrary to expectations and through the fault of neither party, Blackacre suffers an unforeseeable blight and produces no crop (Howell v Coupland [1876]).

A company is described as ‘insolvent’ when it is unable to pay its bills as they fall due: to put this simply, an insolvent company is one which does not have enough readily accessible money to function on a day-to-day basis. There is rarely a point in suing such a company for money because the lack of money is the reason it is insolvent in the first place. For the original seller there is though probably worse to come. The goods which it supplied on credit to the insolvent buyer are likely to be sold off by the liquidator or insolvency practitioner to raise money to pay off the debts which the insolvent company already owed to other creditors.

Relevance If the property remains identifiable and is not irredeemably changed by the manufacturing process a Romalpa clause may be viable. (d) The monies received by the insolvent company were already the property of another It was at one time quite common to draft a retention of title clause to cover not only the goods supplied, but also to cover any proceeds arising from the buyer’s onward sale of those goods. In the Romalpa case the seller had successfully claimed to be entitled to the proceeds of the buyer’s sale-on of the seller’s foil.

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