Defining and explaining Bailments

Debbie tOOK a Rolex watCh that She inherited from her mOther to George’s Jewelers and asked if he COUid clean and
SerViCe the watCh- Rolex reCommendS that all watCheS be serviced on a regular baSiS- A SerViCe at an authorized Rolex
dealer Can COSt several thousand dollars- George waS nOt an authorized Rolex dealer, but advertised that he SerViCeS all
kinds Of watCheS, including Rolex watCheS-

Debbie Signed George’s Standard order form that Stated how mUCh She would pay for the work and wnen the work would
be completed- George promised that Debbie COUid have her watCh back in two weeks and that it would be “good aS
new.”

it tUrnS out that George doeS nOt actually SerViCe watCheS, but SendS them to a watCh repair Ship in New York- (George
did nOt tell Debbie that he doeS nOt do the work)- George SendS the watCheS to New York by UPS overnight mail, but to
Save money he doeS nOt declare wnat he iS Shipping and doeS nOt inSUre the Shipment-

George pUt the watCh in the UPS box outside Of a Mailbox EtC- near hiS Store- ThiS waS the last time anyone Saw the
watCh- When George ContaCted the repair Shop in New York to See how the repairS were progreSSing he waS tOid that
the watCh never arrived- UPS haS no reCord Of the Shipment

Was a bailment Created wnen Debbie left the watCh With George’s Jewelers? if So, wnat kind Of bailment?

if you believe a bailment waS Created, wno waS the bailor and wno waS the bailee?

if you believe a bailment waS Created, wnat were the duties Of the bailor and wnat were the duties Of the bailee?

Who iS responsible for the watch? Debbie? George? The Jeweler in New York? UPS? Mailbox EtC-?

 

 

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