Where chattels belonging to co-owners are delivered to a bailee to hold on behalf of all, it is implied, unless expressly stipulated to the contrary, that he shall deliver up possession only upon the demand of all the co-owners1. He is, therefore, justified in refusing to redeliver the chattels on the demand of one or some of them only, and a claim will not lie against him for such a refusal2. But if, in such a case, he delivers up the chattels to one of the co-owners upon his sole request, no claim will lie against him for so
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