Under the Uniform Commercial Code, the rights of the parties to a sales transaction, or the rights of third persons, are not generally resolved by the question of who has title to the goods. In lieu of title being a consideration, separate Code provisions enunciate policies and remedies for the parties under a variety of circumstances. Where the Code fails to make specific provisions for a particular situation, then the question of title must be resolved. Where situations are not covered elsewhere, and title is considered, title cannot pass until the goods are identified to the sales agreement. The seller can reserve no more than a security interest in the title to the goods once the goods are shipped or delivered. The parties may stipulate conditions of delivery within the provisions of the Code.