Where goods have been wrongly pawned1, the true owner may maintain an action for conversion against the pawnor, and is generally entitled to recover by way of damages the value of the goods converted2. He may also maintain an action against the pawnee, since receipt of goods by way of a pledge is conversion if the delivery of the goods is conversion
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