Commentary

152 Uncollected objects

BAILMENT vol 3(1)
| Commentary

152 Uncollected objects

| Commentary

152 Uncollected objects

Just as a lending museum should ensure that it has a right to resume possession of the object at the end of the loan period, a borrowing museum should ensure that appropriate measures are in place to relieve it from the burden of possession, should the period be prolonged without its consent. In the absence of such express provision, the borrower would be obliged to resort to various statutory or common law devices which, though sometimes adequate to the purpose, are unlikely to express the borrower’s needs as effectively as a provision fashioned specifically for that purpose.

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