A bailor gets the only benefit of a lease when a bailee acts for free (for example.B. the owner leaves the precious property such as a car or a jewel in the care of a trusted friend, while the owner travels abroad without a friend`s compensation agreement). In general, the purpose of an agreement is to determine the relationship and responsibilities of the parties, both the person who temporarily hands over the ownership of his property and the person who receives it. This includes why the property is handed over and when it is to be returned. Bailment is a common law legal relationship in which the owner transfers the physical property of the personal property (“Chattel”) for a period of time, while retaining the property. The owner who abandons custody is the bailor and the person taking is “bailee.”  Bailee keeps the personal property threaded on for a specific purpose and hands the property over to the Bailor if the objective is achieved.  A derailment is carried out for the sole benefit of the lease when a lessor acts free of charge (z.B the loan of a book to a benefactor, the bailee, in a library, the bailor). Lease can also be established in the following types of transactions that are delivered to the property of the bailee: The relationship of the leaseee with bailor is described in a contractual agreement called lease. A common situation that leads to a voluntary derailment is when a person leaves goods with someone for service (z.B.
dry cleaning, animal care, auto-tuning-up). The lease must keep the goods safe so that the bailor can recover them within a reasonable time. Some jurisdictions have maintained Bailees at a level of due diligence without a formal distinction based on benefits. The level of appropriate care varies in part depending on who is benefiting from the lease.  A bailee is a person who temporarily obtains possession, but not ownership of a good property or other. The bailee, also known as the custodian, is entrusted to another person known as Bailor, the property or property. In a voluntary derailment, the Bailee undertakes responsibility for the possession of the goods. In the event of involuntary execution, the bailee is in possession of the goods without intent to do so, for example.
B due to an accident or error. In many legal systems, the system of strict liability has been replaced by a differentiated liability system dependent on the relationship of the leaseee with bailor. The leaseee is generally expected to take reasonable precautions to protect the property, although this standard may vary depending on the beneficiaries of the derailment.  All mortgages purchased and related mortgage documents are at all times covered by a lease agreement and the buyer or owner will not release the mortgage documents to a certifying custodian unless the buyer or beneficiary has obtained from that custodian a tripartite deposit agreement signed in an acceptable form by the purchaser.