bailee

[bey-lee]
noun Law.
a person to whom personal property is delivered in bailment.

Origin:
1520–30; bail1 + -ee

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bailee (beɪˈliː)
 
n
contract law a person to whom the possession of goods is transferred under a bailment

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Example sentences
Since the bailee didn't return the iPod directly to the bailor, the bailment relationship had not terminated.
During the recovery of a bailee, a bail bondsman shall have a copy of the relevant recognizance for the bailee.
The driver or bailee of the vehicle is aware of the nature of the explosives and has been instructed in emergency procedures.
All tests, veterinary examinations, and quarantines shall be at the expense of the owner or bailee of the animals involved.
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