8) Operating leases and more general bailments
, (9) such as the loan of an artwork for the purposes of exhibition, fell into neither category, lacking any security function.
58) We selected four areas perched between property and contract--landlord-tenant, trusts, bailments
, and security interests--and we showed that standardization exhibits the pattern we expect.
Bouley, supra note 241, at 1032 (noting that while cases are still tried, they are conspicuously few considering how many bailments
there are in cattle country).
366) We may therefore expect that a court will not pursue the analogy between leases of real property and bailments
of personal property with too much vigor.
slight, ordinary, and gross negligence--may be traced to Roman law (96) and continued into England with the law of bailments
From this evidence, it is clear that the keeping of fractional reserves within the Chettiar system stemmed from debt contracts and not from bailments
are another example of this accumulation of remedies.
We are informed at the outset that the law of carriers is an extension of the law of bailments
& CHATTEL LEASES [section]1 citing Herrington v.
Whenever the issue of "c,c,c" is raised in a CGL context, invariably the entire discussion seems to assume we are only talking personal property bailments
, such as our specific claim in last month's article.
192) Gratuitous licenses and bailments
are revocable at will, and inherently allow use and control by the owner at-will without having to evict the licensee or bailee.
Part III then turns to the Achilles' heel of the common law: the proper treatment of gratuitous transactions, first for bailments
and agency relationships, and then, briefly, in medical malpractice, occupier liability, and guest-statute contexts.