A pawnee1 may not use the pledge if it would be the worse for such use, but if this is not so he may make a reasonable use of it at his own risk2. If he is put to expense in his custody, he may take a reasonable profit from the property to recompense him3. If, to preserve the pledge, reasonable use is necessary, the pawnee must exercise that use, and if the use of the property is beneficial to it, it seems that the pawnee can use it
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