custodier

custodier

(kʌsˈtəʊdɪə)
n
(Art Terms) obsolete a custodian
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These were lodged with the custodier department, which is open until 3.
On October 2, the custodier was made aware of the situation and contacted the owner of the keys, agreeing to send them to her via registered post at the expense of Police Scotland.
I cannot find it anywhere distinctly laid down, but I submit to your Lordships that on principle, one who deals with goods at the request of the person who has the actual custody of them in the bona fide belief that the custodier is the true owner, or has the authority of the true owner, should be excused for what he does if the act is of such a nature as would be excused if done by the authority of the person in possession.