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Quiz 32 :
Nature and Types of Bailments

Quiz 32 :
Nature and Types of Bailments

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Both real and personal property can be the subject of a bailment.
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Taking your clothes or other personal belongings to a dry cleaner is an example of a mutual benefit bailment.
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A bailment transfers both possession and ownership of the property.
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Rental of any type of personal property is a bailment.
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Bailments can be created only by express agreements of the parties.
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Both parties benefit from a gratuitous bailment.
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If the bailed property is severely damaged or if it is destroyed, the bailment is ended.
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A bailment by necessity is a constructive bailment.
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A college that operates a dormitory is considered a hotelkeeper.
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A special bailee can limit its liability for damage to bailed property provided it notifies the bailor.
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If a bailor fails to pack goods properly, a common carrier would not be liable for damage that results from the improper packing.
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A special bailee is never responsible for damage resulting from a natural disaster.
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Hotelkeepers often provide a safe in which guests can store valuables, money, jewelry, or important documents.
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A common carrier is one that transports goods or passengers for anyone who wishes to hire it.
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Contract carriers are special bailees.
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If you rent a television set and then take it in for repairs, you are
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The subject of a bailment could be
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For a bailment to exist, there must be
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In a bailment, the
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You drive your car to a service station for repairs. This is
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