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Extraordinary bailment when goods are bailed with common carries ad hotels
Extraordinary care generally means the bailee will be strictly liable for any damage, loss, or injury to the goods
Gratuitous bailment when the party benefited is the bailee, it is termed a bailment for the sole benefit of the bailee
Ordinary care means that the bailee will be liable if negligent in some way.
Mutual- benefit bailment in which consideration is given and received by both bailor and bailee, invokes the duty of ordinary care
Involuntary bailment which typically arise accidentally and without the consent of the bailee
Minimal care generally means that the bailee will only be liable for harm to the bailed property if he or she ignores, wastes, or destroys it
Disclaimer is a sign, label, or warning reducing the bailee's duty of care
Bailee's liens these allow the bailee to retain possession of the goods until paid
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