Re London Wine [1986]

Wine dealer went into receivership.
Customers had purchased wine but left it in company’s
possession for storage.
But company had not allocated particular case s of
wine to particular customers.
In fact did not have sufficient quantities to meet all
customers’ orders.
Under sale of goods law no legal title had passed.
Oliver J held that company did not hold any of the
wine on trust for the customers.
Could not be said with certainty which wines were the
subject matter of a trust for any particular customer.