Retention of title

If your business provides goods to another company which then refuses to pay for those goods or goes into liquidation/administration without paying you, if you possess a ‘Retention of Title’ clause within your terms and conditions, then our lawyers can provide advice as to how you may be able to utilise that clause to recover the goods from the buyer.

It is essential that if you find yourself in this type of situation then you seek urgent legal advice so that the right advice can be provided and the appropriate steps taken to assist you in either recovering the goods you have sold or, where possible, recovering under the invoice.

This type of process can often be seen to be very complex. However, the right advice taken at the right time can mean that it can be a relatively pain free and straightforward process. The crucial part is that advice is sought early so that all available options can be explored and considered.

We can provide advice in considering the effectiveness of the retention of title clause itself, providing you with advice as to whether the clause will allow us to proceed with court action to recover the goods. We can also prepare, issue and deal with the proceedings from the start right up to the final court hearing.

The service that we provide will take the pressure from you and allow you to pass the matter over safe in the knowledge that it is being dealt with by expert lawyers who have a great deal of experience in dealing with retention of title claims.

Why choose Furley Page for advice about retention of title

Our highly experienced legal team offer cost-effective, pragmatic legal advice.

How can we help you

Call us on

0333 331 9877

Email your enquiryEmail your enquiry

Key Contacts

Peter Hawkes

Senior Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution

Natasha Biggs

Associate