Commentary

107.2 Liability and risk

AGRICULTURE vol 2(2)
| Commentary

107.2 Liability and risk

| Commentary

107.2 Liability and risk

In the absence of any special terms of the contract, the bailee of an animal to whom it is delivered for the purpose of service is liable to the bailor if the animal is injured or lost while in his possession, unless he can show that the loss or damage occurred without any neglect or default or misconduct of himself or any of the servants to whom he delegated his duty1. If the bailee takes reasonable care of the animal bailed, he will not be liable for its accidental destruction by natural or other

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