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Interesting resolution. The Master noted the price of the knife was below market price, thus calling into question Boy 1's bona fides in establishing him as a bona fide purchaser for value. A settlement seems the only way to resolve, since neither boy had an unassailable right to the knife.

John F. Ptak

You're right--it was a nice piece of thinking.

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