Where a chattel is sent, without request or arrangement, by one person to another who does not hold himself out as willing to receive it, the person to whom it is sent is deemed to be an involuntary bailee and will ordinarily owe no responsibility to the sender to exercise reasonable care for its safe custody or protection1, but must not deliberately convert it to his own use and must take reasonable care when purporting to redeliver the chattel to the owner or his authorised representative (which would otherwise render him liable in conversion)2. It has, however, been suggested
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