While the orthodox or literal transaction by way of depositum is a consensual bailment (deriving from express agreement between bailor and bailee)1 there exist certain analogous forms of relationship based on one person's unrewarded possession of another's goods which, while not directly the product of agreement, may produce obligations akin to those of an orthodox bailment by way of depositum and might in some cases have traditionally been viewed as deriving from an implied agreement as to possession
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