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Microbeads v Vinhurst Road Markings [1975] 1 WLR

The claimant purchased some road marking machines from the defendant. After the purchase a third party was granted a patent right in the machines. This meant the claimant could not use the machines unless they were granted a licence to do so. There was no breach of s.12(1) as at the time of the sale the seller had the right to sell the goods. However, there was a breach of s.12(2) in that the buyer could not enjoy quiet possession of the goods.
 
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