technical conversion

Such a conversion as takes place where one sells the personal property of another innocently, in good faith, and with no intent to ignore the rights of the owner. The term is synonymous with "innocent conversion." Plack v Baumer (CA3 Pa) 121 F2d 676.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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