The contract for carriage of goods involves a bailment. The carrier is the bailee and the person on whose behalf the goods are delivered to the carrier is the bailor1. A party may be a bailor whenever he has a superior right to the possession of goods which are in the possession of another2. A bailor of goods need not be their general owner provided he has a right of possession superior to that of the current possessor3. Title to goods, or a right to their possession against the current possessor, will suffice for this purpose irrespective of whether
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