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______ is the bailment of goods as security for payment of a debt or performance of a promise
The delivery of goods by one person to another for some specific purpose and time is known as:
When a customer gives his/her valuables, Securities to the bank for safe keeping then the customer became the _______
When a bank grants loan or other credit facilities to the customer then the Banker is ____
A non-gratuitous bailment or bailment for reward is one that involve some consideration passing between the bailor and the bailee.
Which of the following is not covered under the ‘contract of Indemnity’?
Who authorizes Mercantile Agents to buy or sell goods?
Legislation may provide that a contract must be made in writing, or that a contract is not enforceable unless evidenced in writing. Is it true that, if there are no written formalities, the contract will be void in both instances?
A contract of guarantee is a tripartite agreement between the __________
principal debtor, bailor and indemnifier
pawnor. bailee and indemnity holder
principal debtor, bailor and surety
principal debtor, creditor and surety
A principal owes a duty to ________ the agent for any losses the agent suffers because of the principal. This duty usually arises where an agent is held liable for the principal's misconduct.
Which ONE of the following is a correct statement of law?
An agent is a person who acts on behalf of another:
To protect a principal’s goods or services
To promote the sales of his principal
In entering into contracts
To improve a businesses’ performance
Which of the following is not a method of terminating an agency relationship by operation of law?
bankruptcy of the principal
death of either the principal or the agent
insanity of either the principal or the agent
Any guarantee which the creditor has obtained by means of keeping silence as to material circumstances is:
considered to be his approval
considered to be his denial
Which of these contracts has three parties consisting of creditor, principle debtor and surety:
Contract of indemnity
Contract of surety
Contract of pledge
Contract of guarantee
A sub-agent is a person employed by and acting under the control of __________.
The principal only
The original agent in the business of agency only
Both the principal and original agent only
Neither the Principal nor the original agent
A Contract of Indemnity is a form of _________.
A surety can be discharged from his liability by _______.
By his Death
All the options
Voluntary transfer of possession from one person to another is called __________
As per Section 182 of the Contract Act, an agent is one _______
Who is employed by another
To do any act for another
To represent another in dealing with third person
All the options
In all cases of bailment, the bailee is bound to take as much care of the goods bailed to him as a man of ordinary prudence would under similar circumstances. The statement is :
None of the options