The bailee is precluded from using the bailed chattel for his own personal advantage in any manner whatsoever without the bailor's consent, express or implied, unless such use is necessary for its preservation1. Apart from such necessary use, if the bailee applies the chattel to any purpose other than that of bare custody (including an unauthorised detention of the goods beyond the time at which he has promised or is otherwise obliged to return them) he becomes responsible for any loss or damage resulting from his unlawful departure from the terms of the bailment2, except where the cause of
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