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Members may be required to deal with claims where lost or damaged property is not owned by the policyholder but possession has been transferred to them by Bailment.

This paper explores the subject of Bailment, the roles of bailor and bailee and the two types of bailee: a gratuitous bailee and a bailee for reward. The writer discusses the liability of bailees and considers the impact of contracts, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 and the Hotel Proprietors Act 1956. The paper also covers the role of insurance in Bailment, how policy wordings can differ, negligence and contribution.

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Author: Paul Reeve