A sold a tin of a disinfectant to B, knowing that it was likely to be dangerous to B if opened…
A sold a tin of a disinfectant to B, knowing that it was likely to be dangerous to B if opened without special care. B opened the tin, whereupon the disinfectant powder went into her eyes causing an injury. Held, A was liable in damages to B as he failed to warn B of the probable danger.
A sold to B, 100 bales of cotton lying in his godown. Before the bales could be identified and separated, all the bales were destroyed in fire. Here, the seller is liable for damage because the ownership is not transferred.
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