Delivery can actually take place by placing the thing sold in the hands or property of the buyer; or it can be symbolic, because if a man buys goods that are in a room, the preservation of the keys is sufficient. 1 Yeates, 529; 5. John. R. 335; 1 est, r. 192.; Three Bos. & Pull. 233; 10 mass. 308; 6 watts &serg. 94. Which means a delivery of goods and merchandise, void 1 Holt, 18; 4 mass.
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