commodatum bailment

commodatum bailment
The gratuitous loaning of personal property to be used by the bailee and returned in specie. Lowney v Knott, 85 RI 505, 120 A2d 552, 57 ALR2d 1036.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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