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bailee

Legal Definition of bailee

Noun

  1. The person who receives property through a contract of bailment, from the bailor, and who may be committed to certain duties of care towards the property while it remains in his or her possession.

Definition of bailee

Noun

bailee (plural bailees)

  1. (law) One who holds bailed property; one who takes possession of the property of another (called a bailor) in order to keep that property safe for the other.

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