Outlines of bailments and carriers

by W. P. Richardson

Publisher: The Brooklyn Law School in Brooklyn, N.Y

Written in English
Published: Pages: 162 Downloads: 23
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Places:

  • New York (State)

Subjects:

  • Bailments -- New York (State),
  • Carriers -- New York (State)

Edition Notes

Statementby William Payson Richardson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFN5240.Z9 R5
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., vii, 162 p.
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6405332M
LC Control Number40018745
OCLC/WorldCa2469090

  How Bailment Works. Bailment arises when property is given to someone for safekeeping, and is a legal course of action independent of contract or create a bailment, the bailee must both. GODDARD, OUTLINES OF THE LAW OF BAILMENTS AND CARRIERS 1 () [hereinafter cited as GODDARD]. The term "bailment" is derived from the Norman-French word bailler, to deliver. The French now use bail, derived from bailler, to refer only to a lease of immovables. 2 PLANIOi, CIVIL LAW TRATISE pt. 2, no. at 13 (11th. Bailment is a legal relationship in common law, where the owner transfers physical possession of personal property ("chattel") for a time, but retains ownership. The owner giving up custody is the "bailor" and person who takes is "bailee". The bailee holds the personal property in trust for a specific purpose and delivers the property back to the bailor when the purpose is accomplished. The modern common law classification of bailments is the three-fold classification set forth in Coggs vs. Bernard, as follows: (1) Bailments for the sole benefit of the bailor. (2) Bailments for the sole benefit of the bailee. (3) Bailments for mutual benefit. The first class includes the depositum and the mandatum of the Roman law classification.

Relating to Bailments. by Drew L. Kershen. August [This article was original written for the National Law Center for Inter-American Trade, Carrier liability for description on the bill of lading. .. 15 Warehouse liability for description on the warehouse receipt 16 PART III. •Common-Carrier Bailments • Common carrier: An individual or firm in the business of transporting goods between certain points as allowed by the various state commissions that regulate the carriers. • When a shipper (consignor) turns goods over to a common carrier, a mutual-benefit bailment is created that is terminated. A sale is a complete transfer of the full property-rights, that is, the title, in the personal oroperty sold by the seller, and made in consideration of the price in money paid by the buyer. At common law, a sale was styled "a bargain and sale of goods," to distinguish it from a contract to sell. Kent's definition of a sale, is a contract for the transfer of property from one person to another. Bailments A Bailment is the temporary placement of control over, or possession of, personal property by one person, the bailor, into the hands of The loan of a book from a library is a bailment for the sole benefit of the bailee. Common Carriers.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Elements of the Law of Bailments and Common Carriers () at For example, you lend your book to a friend of yours for a week without any charge or favour. In this case the recipient of the book as a bailee, is the sole beneficiary of this transaction of bailment. 2. Non-Gratuitous Bailment. 3. What is the leading case in the law of bailments? Chapter II. 1. Give a synopsis of the case of Coggs vs. Bernard. Chapter III. Page 1. What is the modern classification of bailments? 2. Under which class of this modern classification do the various forms of the Roman classification fall? Chapter IV. Page 1. How is the bailment. *Special bailments: involve warehouse companies, common carriers, and innkeepers. Warehouse company (warehouse): warehouse companies and storage companies that engage in the business of storing property for compensation. They owe a duty of reasonable care (or duty of ordinary care) to protect the bailed property in their possession from harm or.

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The Outlines of Bailments and Carriers form part of a complete work on that subject intended for the use of classes in law schools. The other part, which is nearly ready for publication, consists of select cases illustrating and amplifying principles stated in the Outlines. It is the purpose of the Outlines not only to state the foundation principles of the subject, but to put these in orderly Author: Edwin C.

Goddard. : Outlines of the Law of Bailments and Carriers (Classic Reprint) (): Edwin C. Goddard: Books. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goddard, Edwin C. (Edwin Charles), Outlines of the law of bailments and carriers.

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: Outlines of Modern Chinese Law: Legal History, Contracts, Agency, Sales, Bailments and Carriers, Partnership, Property, Domestic Relations, Succession. William Payson Richardson (November 6, – Aug ) was the co-founder and first Dean of Brooklyn Law School, a position he held for the years – He was also a legal scholar, and authored many books.

Page - America in congress assembled, that the provisions of this act shall apply to any common carrier or carriers engaged in the transportation of passengers or property wholly by railroad, or partly by railroad and partly by water when both are used, under a common control, management or arrangement, for a continuous carriage or shipment.

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see armistead m. dobie, handbook on the law of bailments and carriers (); william f. elliott, treatise on the law of bailments and carriers (william hemingway ed., 2d ed.

); see also william p. richardson, outline of the law of bailments, carriers and innkeepers (); hugh d. scott, law of bailments (). OUTLINES OF THE LAW OF BAILMENTS AND CARRIERS. By E. Goddard. : Hand-book on the Law of Bailments and Carriers (): Hale, William Benjamin: Books.

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Bailments for benefit of both: (a) Bailments of mere keeping (warehousemen, agents, etc.). Chaffin v. State, 5 Ga. 63 S. Wentworth v. Riggs, supra. (b) Bailments of carriage (private carriers). (c) Bailments of goods delivered to another to do work upon.

(d) Bailments of goods delivered to another to do work with. A treatise on the law of bailments and carriers Paperback – Novem by William F. Elliot (Author) See all 20 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: William F.

Elliot. In making this volume of "Selected Cases on the Law of Bailments and Carriers," the guiding principle has been to secure the clearest and fullest statement and application of every leading principle of the subject within the range of a moderate sized book.

The important cases, especially on the law of Carriers, are so many as to make it impossible to include all the leading eases. 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 which he or she is.

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Goddard. Download. Read. Book Details. PIBN: ISBN: ISBN (Hardcover) Language: English: Category: Law: Pages: Words. Excerpt from The Law of Bailments: Including Pledge, Innkeepers and Carriers The main purpose of this volume is to supply students and the professional lawyer alike with an elementary treatise which may serve for study and practical : James Schouler.

classifications of bailments 1. Please identify and discuss the three classifications of bailments and give an example of each. Be certain to include in your discussion: a. The terms for the parties to the bailment b. The duty of care required in each type of bailment c.

Which party in a bailment has title [ ]. This book discusses two types of liens in great detail: the liens of warehousemen and those of common carriers. Recall that a lease creates a type of bailment: the lessor is the bailor and the lessee is the bailee.

This book references the UCC’s take on leasing in its discussion of the sale of goods. Uniform Commercial Code, Section 2A. A selection of cases on the law of bailments and carriers, including ordinary bailments, pledges, warehousemen, wharfingers, innkeepers, postmasters, and public carriers of goods and passengers by McClain, Emlin, The subject of carriers is a branch of the larger subject of account of its importance, and the many striking differences between the bailments of goods to common carriers and other species of bailments, it is made a separate subject in this work.

A bailment to a carrier is, ordinarily, a bailment for mutual benefit, and under the Roman law classification is the locatio operis. Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. An edition of Selected cases on the law of bailments and carriers () Selected cases on the law of bailments and carriers including the quasi-bailment relations of carriers of passengers and telegraph and telephone companies as carriers 0 Ratings 0 Want to read.