Sagal v Atelier Bunz [2009]


  • The claimant procured sales of jewellery for the defendant
  • Although the claimant was never in control of stock, he traded in his own name



  • No


  • Conclusion on one’s own behalf cannot constitute concluding on another’s behalf
  • Sagal did not negotiate or conclude on Atelier’s behalf; he simply communicated orders
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