A Sells His Car to B. a Has a Right to Recover the Price of the Car from B. this Right is a - Legal Reasoning

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A sells his car to B. A has a right to recover the price of the car from B. This right is a

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  • Right is rem

  • Right is personam

  • Right in rem as well as right in personam

  • Moral right

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Right is personam

Concept: Contract Law
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