Buyers - Disclosure and Presentation
This case (case of Aluminium Industries vaassen B V v. Romalpa Aluminium Ltd) are simply relevant whether creditors involve a material amount owed to suppliers who such have sold goods issue to reservation of titles. Effectively those creditors are secure. The Companies Act and the presentation of a fair and true view uses disclosure of secured creditors even when it is not clear where the creditors secured in this way are covered through the Companies Act. Within normal trading conditions there wherever the buyer is a going relates, it is doubtful such the seller would reprocess their goods. However in liquidation, the sellers might have a right to their goods. Accounts are drawn up on the going relating assumption. Disclosure of matters such is relevant simply in liquidation seems essential. However it is customary to disclose the amount of creditors who that are secured in this method. The problems this produces are:
1) Purchases and creditors subject to reservation of title are not usually separately identifiable from another purchasers and creditors.
2) It is not always clear whether a specific purchase subject to this restriction will stand up in a court of law as ordinarily the law needs that any creditors secured on a company's assets should be registered.