Galbraith and Grant Ltd v Block: CA 1924

A case of champagne was sold and delivered by wine merchants to a licensee. It was a term of the contract that the champagne should be delivered to the licensee’s premises.
Held: The claim was lost. The champagne was signed for at the licensee’s premises by a rogue. Good delivery had been effected when it was made to a person at the buyer’s premises apparently authorised to receive the goods.


Lush and Greer LJJ


[1924] 2 KB 155


England and Wales


Updated: 31 July 2022; Ref: scu.259333