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Storage Contracts

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This chapter contains 15 articles on storage contracts. Some of the articles are: onerous storage and gratuitous storage, real nature of storage contracts, bailee's duty of care, use of stored things, demand for return of stored things and owner's obligation to pay safekeeping fee and remuneration. A storage contract shall be established at the time when the stored thing is handed over to the bailee, unless otherwise agreed by the parties or provided by trade usage. The bailee shall not himself use or authorize a third person to use the stored thing, unless otherwise agreed by the parties or provided by trade usage. Where a third person brings a lawsuit against the bailee for the stored thing or applies for seizure of the stored thing, the bailee shall promptly notify the owner.

Keywords: bailee's duty; storage contracts



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