A delivered to B a diamond ring on consignment for P5,000 to be returned, if not sold, in 60 days. while the ring was still in the possession of B, the sheriff levied upon the said ring to satisfy a judgment against B. the day after the ring was levied, A, the real owner of the ring, assigned all his rights to the ring to C. Thereafter, C filed an action to recover the ring, the sheriff argued that C could not maintain the action because he was not the owner of the ring at the time it was seized by the sheriff. Decide on the propriety of the sheriff's claim. Cite pertinent jurisprudence.
Would anybody know a case involving the same facts?