holder of warehouse receipt
- A person who has both actual possession of, and a right of property in, a warehouse receipt. Uniform Warehouse Receipts Act § 58. The person in possession of a document of title which is a warehouse receipt. UCC § 1-201(5).
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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