Bailor


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Bailor

In law, a person or company that temporarily gives possession of its property to another party. Unlike a lessor, a bailor does not allow the other party (called a bailee) to use the property in question. See also: Bailment.
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There is no exchange, and title remains with the bailor.
A bailment relationship arises when the bailor agrees to deliver property into the possession of the bailee, under terms that the bailee accepts, with an understanding that the property will be "redelivered to the person who delivered it, or otherwise dealt with according to his directions, or kept until he reclaims it, as the case may be.
Other examples of bailment include hotel guests who give their car and keys to a valet (the guest is the bailor and the hotel is the bailee); a hotel that rents projection equipment from a rental company for use by conference attendees (the rental company is the bailor and the hotel is the bailee); and a diner at a restaurant who leaves her coat with a coatroom attendant (the diner is the bailor and the restaurant is the bailee).
Bailment" is a delivery of goods by the owner (the bailor) to another party (the bailee) for some express purpose, after the fulfillment of which the bailee must return the goods to the bailor or dispose of them according to the bailor's instructions.
Bailor laughed as he stepped in to bat against his old roomie.
the fiduciary can testing and storage) exercise power or after which the property discretion that can is either returned to influence legal or the bailor or disposed practical interests of of in accordance with the beneficiary; and (3) the contract.
The tractor in the photo isn't really a tractor at all, but a motor cultivator made by the Bailor Plow Manufacturing Co.
Amy Marie Beauchamp, Jose Cancella; music supervisor, Jonathan McHugh; makeup, Nathan Hamilton, Linda Sammut, Gregory Alt, Melanie Glover, Tiffany Johnson, Brian Lewis; sound, Tim Hays, John Bailor, Melissa Saris, Earl McGilun, Taylor Tosh, Mat Dennis, Mark Patino; supervising sound editors, Mark Mangino, Pat Foley, Chris Aud; line producers, Coleen Haynes.
He has 46 plate appearances, the longest streak without a strikeout to begin a major-league career since Bob Bailor had 51 plate appearances without a strikeout.
Bailor, Reida Boyd, Cassandra Dukes, Timothy Eller, Albert R.
The doctors at the institute refused to consent to the transfer, and the court determined that the institute was a bailor of the plaintiffs' property and had an absolute obligation to return the property when asked.
3) In proving his claim, a bailor would put on a prima facie case of bailment by establishing that the goods were delivered in good condition and returned in damaged condition.