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There is a popular myth that buyers do not own goods until the buyer has paid. This is legally wrong. Instead, title passes on delivery, unless a clause has been agreed in a contract between the parties that title passes on payment. This Briefing looks at how to protect your business to ensure that when a customer goes out of business you can recover your goods rather than being left as an unsecured creditor who receives nothing.