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Contemporary Canadian Business Law

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Quiz 20 :

The Law of Bailment

Quiz 20 :

The Law of Bailment

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When a bailor's goods are not returned or are returned in a damaged condition
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Perishable goods were carried by a common carrier. The goods arrived in an unsaleable condition because a bridge was washed out by flooding during transport. The occurrence was in no way foreseeable or avoidable by the bailer. The bailee will be required to
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The following are types of bailments for which a bailee is required to protect the goods from foreseeable harm:
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The transfer of securities by a debtor to a creditor as security for the payment of a debt is known as
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Magda was on a ski trip and staying at the Alpine Lodge, a bed and breakfast. To prevent damage to the rooms, the Alpine Lodge did not allow skis in the guest rooms. It provided a ski rack outside the front doors where the guests were required to store them. No extra fee was charged. Guests were provided with complimentary locks. What type of bailment is this?
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The parking garage in Hana's office building offers a valet parking service at no extra charge for customers in a hurry. The customer leaves the car with the keys in it just outside the attendant's booth. The attendant then parks the car somewhere in the garage and retains the keys until the customer returns. If a car is damaged after it is parked by the valet attendant,
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A bailee for reward
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Don loans his jet ski to his friend Sasha for the weekend. While driving to the lake the jet ski fell off the trailer and was badly damaged. Don loaded the jet ski on the trailer. Who is liable for the damage?
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Barton boarded a large commercial aircraft at Kingston for a flight to Toronto. He placed his coat on the seat beside him but was told by the flight attendant to place his coat on the shelf above his seat. He did so, but at the end of the flight, left the plane without taking his coat with him. He later realized that he did not have his coat and went back to the aircraft to retrieve it. His coat was missing. Barton has no rights against anyone because he failed to take his coat with him when he left the aircraft.
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Mary takes her engagement ring to Sparkles Jewellers for cleaning and appraisal. She is to pay for the work when she picks up the ring. While the jeweller's back is turned, someone slips behind the counter and steals a number of the boxes containing repaired jewellery, including Mary's ring.
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Barton boarded a large commercial aircraft at Kingston for a flight to Toronto. He placed his coat on the seat beside him but was told by the flight attendant to place his coat on the shelf above his seat. He did so, but at the end of the flight, left the plane without taking his coat with him. He later realized that he did not have his coat and went back to the aircraft to retrieve it. His coat was missing. The airline is not liable for Barton's loss, as it never received possession of the coat.
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Magda was on a ski trip and staying at the Alpine Lodge, a bed and breakfast. The Alpine Lodge did not allow skis in the guest rooms and provided a ski rack outside the front doors where the guests were allowed to store them. Guests were provided with complimentary locks. Who has possession of the skies when they are in the rack?
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Magda was on a ski trip and staying at the Alpine Lodge, a bed and breakfast. The Alpine Lodge did not allow skis in the guest rooms and provided a ski rack outside the front doors where the guests were allowed to store them. Guests were provided with complimentary locks. Geoff, an employee operates a ski rental business renting out skis from the rack. Can he do this?
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Once the goods are delivered by the ________ into the charge of the ________, the bailment is ________.
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The Mobile Garage advertised automobile repairs by "Licensed Mechanics." Lars, a car owner, took his automobile to the Mobile Garage for repairs. The garage owner Fred examined the car and indicated that extensive repairs were required. Lars left his car with Fred who sent the car to ABC Engines Ltd. for specific work. There the repairs were carried out by another licensed mechanic, Rodney, an employee of ABC. Lars paid $1,500 for the repairs, but on his way home discovered that the repairs had been done negligently, and they had ruined the engine.
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Nelson agreed to store Zarah's canoe for the winter months in a garage that was attached to his house. The next June, Nelson moved the canoe from the garage to a shed at the back of the house, "where it would be safer." The house and shed were later struck by lightning and burned to the ground. Zarah's canoe was destroyed in the fire.
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An important distinction is that between a bailment and a licence. While a bailment requires the transfer of possession and a common law duty of safekeeping and return, the licence
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Gord was on a ski trip and staying at the Caker Creek Chalets, a large hotel and cabin complex. To prevent damage to the rooms no skis were allowed in the guest rooms. It provided a ski rack outside the front doors where the guests were required to store them. No extra fee was charged. Guests were provided with complimentary locks. Gord's skis were stolen. Is Caker Creek Chalets liable?
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Barton boarded a large commercial aircraft at Kingston for a flight to Toronto. He placed his coat on the seat beside him but was told by the flight attendant to place his coat on the shelf above his seat. He did so, but at the end of the flight, left the plane without taking his coat with him. He later realized that he did not have his coat and went back to the aircraft to retrieve it. His coat was missing. The airline is liable for the loss of Barton's coat, as it was in possession of the coat at the time it was taken.
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The transfer of possessions (but not ownership) of chattels by a debtor to a creditor who is licensed to take and hold goods as security for payment of debts is known as
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