3. This subsection applies to a [relevant property transfer contract] for which it is the result of the contract or which must be deducted from its circumstances the intention that the transferor will transfer only the property he or a third party may have. In these circumstances, a “free movement certificate” or “vesting certificate” certifying that ownership of the goods, facilities or materials listed in a calendar is transferred from one party to another at the time of payment may be required from the supplier (or subcontractor or supplier) and certifies that they are properly identified, stored separately, insured and free of any charge (e.g. B, the property reserve). Although the language of the Vesting certificates was ambiguous, as it dealt with the immediate appropriation of a future event, the court found that the Vesting certificate was part of the payment process. This meant that the parties had agreed that the materials had been transferred to the VVB property, provided that the VVB included in the raw certification the agreed values against free movement materials. Typical form construction contracts all have slightly different provisions as to when ownership of the goods delivered and delivered to the site is transferred. Immediate questions arise: (1) Did the employer pay for the goods in an interim payment and (2) are the items listed? The problem with intermediate payments is whether the goods have been sufficiently identified in a notice of payment or payment. If the payment is only a lump sum, without further breakdown, it may be good to note that the goods were paid11 To the extent that the Court of Justice found that the seduction of long lead positions was not conditioned by the transfer of a sum of money.
It was sufficient for the materials to be included in the wage-setting system and to be taken into account as part of the certification procedure for intermediate payments. As the Court found, the transfer of $1 million in materials should not depend on the appropriateness of a net certification of $1 or a zero quantity. Value of the goods in Derkerei according to an agreed timetable Thus, the buyer can benefit from less protection in the event of the delivery of goods and services (not just a single delivery contract) if he buys in good faith only if it is a simple delivery contract. Under these conditions, the title cannot be transferred to the employer because of the rule nemo dat quod non habet. In other words, his contract may say that the title flows when he pays the contractor for the materials, but in reality the title remains available to the original supplier under a reserve of ownership clause, since the contractor cannot transfer good securities if he had never had it.