conversion by bailor


conversion by bailor
The act of the bailor in taking possession of the bailed property from the bailee in contravention of the latter's rights, or having received possession for a special purpose, after such purpose has been answered and before termination of the bailee's right to possession under the bailment, to refuse to restore possession to the bailee. 8 Am J2d Bailm § 102.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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