Sam and Mac, Inc. (SMI) ordered kitchen cabinets from Gruda Enterprises for a house it was building. Gruda was to deliver and install the cabinets. Gruda ordered them from a manufacturer, and SMI paid Gruda for them. Gruda received the cabinets and called SMI to say it was ready to deliver and install them. SMI asked Gruda to keep the cabinets at the warehouse until the house was ready for them. The owners of Gruda went bankrupt and Gruda closed. SMI asked James Treat, Gruda’s landlord, to open the business and let SMI get the cabinets. Treat refused. SMI sued Treat alleging it had title to the cabinets. Did it?