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An essay on the law of bailments
Jones, William Sir
|Statement||by Sir William Jones.|
|LC Classifications||KD1222 .J66 1807|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 25, 144, xxi p. ;|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||15013792|
A bailment is the rightful possession of goods by someone who is not the owner of the goods. The owner is the bailor. The person in possession is the bailee. The Law of Bailment explores all aspects of a bailment transaction, from the perspective of both the bailee and the bailor. It attempts to simplify the rules of bailment and make them more intelligible for law students, lawyers, judges, and members of the public who are seeking to understand, or better understand, a bailment law rule.
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London: S. Sweet, (OCoLC) The term bailment refers to the transfer of personal property to another person for safekeeping, or for the other person to control or use temporarily. A bailment is a form of contractual relationship, even if no contract has been signed. The person receiving the property (the “bailee”) has possession and control over the property for a specific period of time, during.
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published by C. Dilly, London Addeddate Bailment is a legal relationship in common law where physical possession but not ownership of personal property, or a chattel, is transferred from one person (the "bailor") to another (the "bailee") who subsequently has possession of the property.
The bailee holds the personal property in trust for a specific purpose and delivers the property back to the bailor when the. The law of bailments addresses the critical links in the movement of goods from the manufacturer to the end user in a consumer society: to the storage and transportation of goods.
Bailments only apply to personal property; a bailment requires that the bailor deliver physical control of the goods to the bailee, who has an intention to possess. Bailee: ضامن: the agent to whom property involved in a bailment is delivered. Bailor: تحویل کنندہ: the person who delivers personal property (goods or money) in trust to the bailee in a bailment.
Bringing - Delivery: دینا: the act of delivering or distributing something (as goods or mail). "His reluctant delivery of bad news" Personal: ذاتی: concerning or affecting a.
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MLA Citation. Jones, William. and Balmanno, John. An essay on the law of bailments [microform] / by Sir William Jones Printed by William Fessenden Brattleborough, Vt Australian/Harvard Citation. Jones, William. & Balmanno, John. Start studying Business Law Personal Property and Bailment.
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