Sometimes a bailment
is coupled with the power to sell the
Whenever the issue of "c,c,c" is raised in a CGL context, invariably the entire discussion seems to assume we are only talking personal property bailments
, such as our specific claim in last month's article.
1) The term "loan" is set in quotation marks because the law does not really refer to a transfer of possession of tangible property as a loan, but rather as any of a lease, transfer of a term interest followed by a reversion, revocable transfer, license, bailment
, or permissive use.
operates at the other end of the spectrum.
His suit alleged that the Barkers breached their bailment
agreement, and a jury found in his favor, awarding him compensatory damages and attorney fees.
The partial and limited entrustment described in the law concerning bailment
fits the situation of medical researchers.
Where a bank offers safekeeping or safety deposit box facilities, the legal relationship becomes one of bailment
The public liability cover usually contained an exclusion in respect of property being kept in the possession of the insured, commonly referred to as a bailment
23) As legal commentators acknowledged, the law of bailment
, which included the relationship of locatio operis, or the hiring of labor for reward, was entirely appropriate for regulating the disposition of property in the putting-out system.
These include powers of supervision over the police,(103) issuance of arrest and search warrants, bailment
orders, and the inspection of prisons.
The execution of a Bill of Lading creates an extraordinary bailment
between the shipper (bailor) and carrier (bailee)(58) and binds the parties to any applicable transportation law which is effective on the day of execution, when the carrier takes possession of goods, is given complete instructions by the shipper, and totally accepts the shipment.
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