It is not all leases or bailments
of the relevant duration which are caught.
difficultly of applying the bailment
rule to the complications of other negligence cases...." (101) After struggling with the doctrine and its application for nearly thirty-five years, the Supreme Court of Illinois eventually repudiated it completely in 1894.
It would be awkward for the Service to cite these cases for the proposition that gratuitous licenses and bailments
involve gifts, in light of the Service's longstanding, if imprecise, position to the contrary, embodied in rulings the Service has never revoked.
at 787 ("[I]f the transaction does not fit under section 2-236 [sic], then the transaction falls entirely outside the Uniform Commercial Code, and the Court must then fall back on the common law of bailments
and other traditional practices.").
We have discussed car bailments
as involving transfer of the key.
parties to bailments
of cultural material should make careful advance
Upon application to the court, a dependent of a servicemember is entitled to the protections of the act if the dependent's ability to comply with a lease, contract, bailment
, or other obligation is materially affected by reason of the servicemember's military service.
In the event that you operate in a state where the courts are inclined to apply the UCC to bailment
situations, you may find your actions judged against the standards contained therein.
Nevertheless, Aquinas purports to discern in these texts the purpose and intent of ancient Israel's form of government and its law of bailments
. The reasons he gives for these laws, their purposes, and the means chosen, are practical.
78 The Law of Bailments
was well defined in Coggs v.
But it is worth recording a more general point, which is that many of the supposed art 'loans' of works transacted among collectors and exhibitors are in fact bailments
for reciprocal benefit and not loans in the literal legal sense.