A person who temporarily relinquishes the possession, but not the ownership of a property or a good under a bailment. The bailor transfers the possession of the property or good to another person, regarded as the bailee. A bailment is often a contractual agreement between the bailee and the bailor which specifies the purpose and terms of the change in possession.
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