BBA – Business Law (Semester 3) | (Case Study “Bailor & Bailee”)

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Here is a case study on “Bailor & Bailee” from Amity University Online of semester 3, Maybe it can come to some other colleges too. Just take the solution of this case study below. Please note that we have an incomplete solution for this case study. So, Let’s decode some headings – Semester 3 Business Law / Business Law Assignments / Solved Assignment For Semester 3 / Amity University Solved Assignment & Case Study Bailor & Bailee,




Case Study Bailor & Bailee (Sudarshan And Raghman)

Bailor & Bailee,
Sudarshan bails a certain quantity of “First Grade” petrol, to be stored safely till the end of March 2011. Raghman, without the consent of Sudarshan, mixes the first-grade petrol with his own “Second Grade” petrol on 1st April 2011, when Sudarshan asked Raghman for his first-grade petrol Raghman tells him to take the bailed quantity of petrol out of the mixed petrol. Sudarshan refused to take the mixed petrol and instead claims the prices of the “First Grade” petrol, which is higher than “Second Grade”. Raghman refuses to compensate Sudarshan for the above on the ground of impossibility of performance.

Question 1: Whether Raghman is liable to compensate Sudarshan for the loss?

Question 2: Can Raghman be held liable for bearing the expenses which might be incurred for the separation of the two kinds of goods? If it was not petrol but the goods which are capable of being separated?

Question 3: With regard to the provisions of the act explain the duties of bailor and bailee.


Solution For Case Study “Bailor & Bailee” (Sudarshan And Raghman)

Question 1: Whether Raghman is liable to compensate Sudarshan for the loss?
Answer – Here we can think Sudarshan as a Bailor and Raghman as a Bailee. And It was a clear cut mistake done by Raghman because he has failed to do his job and also failed to complete his duties as bailee. Please See The Full Answer Here.

Question 2: Can Raghman be held liable for bearing the expenses which might be incurred for the separation of the two kinds of goods? If it was not petrol but the goods which are capable of being separated?
Answer – If the goods can be separated then maybe Raghman does not need to pay the compensation. If it was not petrol but the goods which are capable of being separated then Raghman would try to separate the product and if he gets success then he does not needs to pay any compensate and can give the right product of Sudarshan to him. Please See The Full Answer Here.




Question 3: With regard to the provisions of the act explain the duties of bailor and bailee.
Answer – With regard to the provisions of the act, The duties of bailor and bailee are as follows:-
Bailment refers to the Person who does the delivery of goods. Also, We can say that such delivery is for a temporary purpose and after the fulfillment of which the bailee shall either return the goods in the same or altered form or dispose of them. Please See The Full Answer Here.


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