This is an interesting topic to every jobbing house, and to every attorney concerned with mercantile collections. The law is pretty well settled on the general subject and the Treatises on Sales are plentiful. Among the best is that of Mr. Benjamin. Tiffany on Sales of the Hornbrook Series recently issued assumes also to state briefly the principles which control in these cases. At large commercial and metropolitan points, and among lawyers who have occasion to often deal with this question, there is perhaps not much difficulty in arriving at correct conclusions, and promptly enforcing the rights of a defrauded vendor client. In more restricted localities where questions of this character arise less frequently, and the test authorities are not always accessible, a review of some of the principal points involved may be of interest, and useful.
Griffin, Levi T. "Contracts of Sale of Merchandise--Fraud on the Vendor: Legal Fraud." Mich. L. J. 5 (1896): 147-52.