R paid monthly payments on a hire-purchase agreement for a car, but had not paid all of them when R sold car to L. Car still belonged to Bow at time of sale. L then sold car to H. H then sold to the D’s. H knew they were buying car for resale. D then sold to P. H continued to make monthly payments, but learned she was still not allowed to sell. P wrote a letter to D wanting money back (saying repudiating the sale)
Did P by his letter rescind the K with D?
Where seller has breached condition of title the buyer is entitled to recover the price w/o any allowance being made for the use of the goods
R did eventually pay B all the money for the car = feeding the title. This had effect of validating titles of prior transactions so that all of those transactions were valid
Each subsequent party has a damage claim for the prior party that sold the car to them.
P gets to rescind K and get his purchase price returned.
Rescission of the K took place before R has perfected title.
Feeding the title = reviving title that never existed in the 1st place.