Fred Lane, who sells boats, motors, and trailers, sold a boat,motor, and trailer to John Willis in exchange for a check for$6,285.00. The check was not honored when Lane attempted touse the funds. Willis subsequently left the boat, motor, and trailerwith John Garrett, who sold the items to Jimmy Honeycutt for$2,500.00. Considering the boat’s quality, Honeycutt was surprised at how inexpensive it was. He did not know where Garretthad obtained the boat, but he had dealt with Garrett before anddescribed him as a ”sly businessman.” Garrett did not sell boats;normally; he sold fishing tackle and provisions. Honeycutt alsoreceived a forged certificate for the boat, on which he had observedGarrett forge the purported owner’s signature. Can Lane compelHoneycutt to return the boat, motor, and trailer? Explain.