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Bailment- Introduction- The concept of bailment, which is the legal relationship between the owner (bailor) and possessor (bailee) of goods resulting from the severance of ownership and possession. Fundamental concepts of bailment- (possession not ownership) Definitions and descriptions- Hobbs v Petersham Transport 1971- Windeyer J defined bailment as coming to existence upon delivery of goods of one person, the bailor, into the possession of another person, the bailee, upon a promise, EXPRESS or IMPLIED, that they will be REDELIVERED to the bailor or dealt with in a stipulated way. Windeyer J at 238:

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................................................................ 3 Fundamental concepts of bailment- (possession not ownership) .......................................................... 3 Definitions and descriptions- .............................................................................................................. 3 Hobbs v Petersham Transport 1971- .............................................................................................. 3 Windeyer J at 238 ........................................................................................................................... 3 Carton International plc v Crayford Freight Services Ltd 1997 ....................................................... 3 Mason v Westside Cemeteried Ltd 1996 ........................................................................................ 3 Motor mart Ltd v Webb- .................
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