bailment and pledge
415 F.2d 584 (6th Cir. 1969), 18782, United States v. Haddix & Sons, Inc.
... warehouseman for which a warehouse receipt is issued shall be a bailment and not a sale, and in no case shall the farm produce so stored be liable ... not only to sell, but 'while any valid receipt is outstanding' to 'pledge, mortgage or encumber' the commodities covered by a warehouse receipt ...
... inquired about involves a lending arrangement with an automobile pledged as. security for the underlying loan. The lender has not taken actual ...And, such transactions are generally viewed as that sort of bailment. when goods or chattels are delivered to another as security for money ...
- R.I. Gen. Laws § 18-16-4 - Chattel and goods transactions
- Conn. Gen. Stat. § 1-45 - Chattel and goods transactions
- Ca. Bus. and Prof. Code § 7500.1 - Definitions
- N.Y. Gen. Oblig. Law § 5-1502B - Construction-chattel and goods transactions
732 F.2d 132 (Fed. Cir. 1984), 83-1219, Meisels v. United States
... 3 percent per year of the note amount as consideration for her pledge. Upon a refusal by Zelda to pay an amount demanded, Hayden's recourse was ... decided (1) that the transaction was not merely a termination of bailment as in Stahl v. United States, 441 F.2d 999 (D.C.Cir.1970), but was a sale ...
158 F. 907 (N.D.Ill. 1908), 28,828, Blanton v. Chalmers
... set up in the answer and the proceedings thereunder constituted a pledge or a conditional sale. Complainant insists that the answer, in substance, ... allegations of the answer in respect to whether there exists a bailment or a conditional sale, then the matter should be set down upon bill and ...
72 F.2d 137 (6th Cir. 1934), 6467, In re Collinwood Motor Sales, Inc.
... 'I (we) hereby agree not to sell, loan, deliver, pledge, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of any of said motor vehicles to any other ... is regarded sometimes as a chattel mortgage, sometimes as a bailment, and sometimes as a conditional sale (notes, 25 A.L.R. 332, 49 A.L.R. 282, ...
199 F. 704 (7th Cir. 1912), 1,894, Continental & Commercial Trust & Sav. Bank v. Chicago Title & Trust Co.
... money deposited, which becomes the subject-matter of the bailment or trust (Woodhouse v. Crandall, 197 Ill. 104, 64 N.E. 292, 5 L.R.A. 385, ... as cash), for the purpose specified in the certificate, namely, as pledge or security on his Board of Trade contract with a second party named ...
272 F. 954 (3rd Cir. 1921), 2685, Zehner v. Southern Surety Co.
... satisfied that the law of Pennsylvania recognizes that contracts of pledge of personal property without delivery of possession to the pledgee, are ... who are proceeding by legal process to subject the subject of the bailment or the subject of the sale to the payment of the debt of the conditional ...
69 F.2d 495 (5th Cir. 1934), 6937, Gulley v. Wisdom
...The bank did not pledge any bonds, and on January 12, 1931, failed, having on that day taken in ... a credit with the bank and no identifiable thing which could be a bailment or a trust. It is possible but unproven that checks payable elsewhere were ...
189 F.2d 481 (1st Cir. 1951), 4551, Harbor View Marine Corp. v. Braudy
... had been so intrusted with the possession of the goods that a pledge of the same by him at the time of the deposit to one who took the goods in ...-negotiable receipt is merely evidence of an ordinary contract of bailment. When the warehouseman issues a negotiable receipt, he must anticipate ...
- Neb. U.C.C. §7-209 - Lien of warehouse
212 F. 460 (E.D.S.C. 1914), In re Nachman
... for the purpose of repairs or work or labour done thereon, or as a pledge or collateral to a loan.'. Under the general wording of ... To hold that every bailment of the character in question must be reduced to writing and recorded, and ...
141 F.2d 1011 (9th Cir. 1944), 10416, Occidental Life Ins. Co. v. Rogan
... the deposits and withdrawals were the mere giving and return of pledges", not involving such transfer of title as to be subject to the tax. \xC2"... statute calls for a 'deposit;' and deposit has been defined as 'a bailment of goods to be kept by the bailee without reward, and delivered according ...
- Fla. Stat. § 520.02 - Definitions
- MCL 492.102 - Definitions
45 F.2d 372 (8th Cir. 1930), 8927, Sexton v. American Trust Co.
... from the master's report: 'Saylor & Wichelman, however, not only pledged and hypothecated stocks bought on margin, but also pledged as security for ... 'that securities left with the bankrupt for safe-keeping was a bailment. The pledging or hypothecation thereof without right or authority was ...
290 F.2d 288 (8th Cir. 1961), 16595, Taube v. Ingraham
..., as held by many of the authorities, the trust receipts created a bailment, the title being vested in the Industrial Acceptance Corporation and the ...Trustee shall not lend, rent, mortgage, pledge, encumber, operate, use or demonstrate said Merchandise, but shall move ...
161 F. 776 (S.D.N.Y. 1908), Adams v. Western Maryland R. Co.
...of the face value. This is not a bill to redeem the pledge, nor does it charge fraud, which, at the hearing of the motion, the ...Owen, 113 Ala. 372, 21 So. 75), or he could treat the bailment as still existing and sue in contractu (Maryland Insurance Company v. ...
45 F.2d 19 (8th Cir. 1930), 8946, In re Bell Motor Co.
... for demonstration or other purposes, nor loan, rent, mortgage, pledge, encumber, sell or deliver said property except as authorized hereunder; ..., while still others that they are contracts of agency creating bailments. They are confessedly, valid instruments as between the Industrial ...
67 F.2d 201 (7th Cir. 1933), 4907, In re Wayside Furniture Co.
... or the happening of any contingency; or (b) any contract for the bailment or leasing of goods by which the bailee or lessee contracts to pay as ... (7) 'Purchase' includes mortgage and pledge. (8) 'Purchaser' includes mortgagee and pledgee. (9) 'Seller' means the ...
250 F. 657 (6th Cir. 1918), 3096, In re Bettman-Johnson Co.
... is that such transaction is devoid of all the elements of a pledge, mortgage, or conditional sale; that it made the cherries and their ... owing to them by the defendant; and that it constituted a bailment, pure and simple, with liberty on the part of the defendant to sell the ...
122 F.2d 545 (2nd Cir. 1941), 237, Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. North American Bond Trust
... no person nominated by it to hold the deposited property should pledge, sell or otherwise dispose of the deposited property other than for the ... is not their intention to create a partnership, an association, a bailment, or any form of legal relation other than that of a true trust.'. ...