false packed


false packed
Goods or commodities, which are sound and merchantable, so packed or loaded, with intent to defraud a purchaser, as to conceal defective or unmerchantable goods or commodities underneath in the same box, basket, barrel, crate, or other container. Garretson v Ferrall, 83 Ga 684, 10 SE 360.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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