implied delivery


implied delivery
A constructive delivery to bailee, meaning all those acts which, although not truly comprising real possession of the goods transferred, have been held, by legal construction, equivalent to actual delivery, including, in this sense, symbolical or substituted delivery. 8 Am J2d Bailm § 55.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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