Warehouse Agreement Sec

b) A warehouse may assert its right of bet on goods that are not stored by a merchant in the course of its business activities only if the following conditions are met: (a) a storage entry is not required in a specified form. 1) A list of the location of the deposit where the goods are stored; 8. where the receipt is issued for goods belonging to the warehouse, either alone, either jointly or jointly, or in conjunction with others, a factual finding of that property; and (9) a statement of the amount of advances and liabilities for which the warehouse asserts a pledge or security interest, unless the exact amount of advances or debts resulting from the date of receipt is unknown to the warehouse or its representative who issued the receipt, in which case a declaration that advances or debts have been issued , and the purpose of advances or debt. is enough. (d) the warehouse delivers the goods to any person owed to them under this division, upon request, who intervenes at any time prior to the sale or any other provision under this section. (a) A warehouse may request, by notification, the person on whose account the goods are held, and any other person who is known to have an interest in the goods, the payment of taxes and the withdrawal of the goods from the warehouse if the storage period set by the ownership document is over or, if a deadline is not set , is not defined. , within a maximum of 30 days from the date the warehouse is notified. If the goods are not removed before the date indicated in the notice, the warehouse may sell them in accordance with Section 7210. (a) unless otherwise provided by the receipt, a warehouse holds the goods covered by each quantity separately to enable the identification and delivery of these goods at any time; However, different types of fungible goods can be mixed. (i) a warehouse is liable for damage caused by non-compliance with the sales requirements set out in this section and is responsible for the transformation in the event of an intentional violation. (e) A warehouse loses its right to pledge all goods that it voluntarily delivers or unduly refuses.

b) Where goods, including distilled spirits and agricultural objects, are stored pursuant to a law requiring a loan against revocation or a licence for the issuance of receipts in the types of goods, a receipt issued for goods is considered an inflow of stock, even if it is issued by a person who owns the goods and is not a warehouse. (b) unless there is no storage entry for each of the following provisions, the warehouse is liable for damages suffered by a person aggrieved by its omission: (d) The right to guarantee a warehouse`s deposit on household goods for the costs and charges associated with the subdivision (a) is also valid for all persons if the custodian was the rightful owner of the goods at the time of deposit. In this subdivision, “household items” are furniture, furniture or personal items used by the depositor in an apartment. (a) A warehouse has a right of bet against the bailor for goods that are related to the object or on the product it holds, for storage or transportation costs, including de-smurring and year-end costs, insurance, work or other costs, current or future, for goods and expenses necessary for the preservation of goods or reasonably generated by their sale under the Law.