gratuitous bailment

Definition of "gratuitous bailment"
  1. It refers to a type of bailment that brings no monetary gain or advantage to one party involved
How to use "gratuitous bailment" in a sentence
  1. The owner agreed to a gratuitous bailment by allowing her friend to use her car for the weekend, gaining no benefit in return.
  2. The museum's acceptance of the artifacts under a gratuitous bailment meant they received no compensation for displaying them.
  3. When his neighbor loaned him the lawnmower under the terms of a gratuitous bailment, he didn't have to pay anything for its use.

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