The Estonian contract is the contract by which one party (traders) delivers one or more mobile things to another (called accipiens) who is required to pay the price, unless he returns things within a specified period. Therefore, the sale of the goods covered by the inventory allocation contract must be considered as exported for the purpose of theft and, therefore, the obligation for the seller/depositor to draw up the corresponding sales invoice will be created: the construction contract constitutes a typical number of contracts and sui generis: in practice, it is a contract, widely used in the relations between newsagents and newsagents (the newsagent sells the newspapers to the public, pays the distributor the price of the copies sold and returns the remaining copies). The Estonian contract is dealt with by Articles 1556 et seq. c ff. Goods that the seller/depositor delivers to the customer/custodian under the trust agreement are therefore considered delivered to a deposit account and remain the property of the seller/depositor until they are withdrawn from deposit by the customer/custodian, when the sale of the goods by the seller/custodian to the customer/custodian is perfected. To this end, the customer/custodian must regularly communicate to the seller/custodian the quantity of goods removed from the warehouse. From an Italian point of view, the relationships between stocks and stock recalls therefore have the same characteristics and function in the same way, so these terms can be used as synonyms. . . .