1. He is entitled to the increase or profit from goods bailed
  2. In the case of gratuitous loan, the lender may require the goods to be returned, even though he lent it for a fixed period for specific purpose. But if such a request causes loss to the bailee exceeding the benefit he derives, the bailor should indemnify the borrower.
  3. The bailor is entitled to terminate the contract when the bailee does any act inconsistent with the terms of bailment.

Illustration: A gives a horse to B for hire for his own riding. B drives the horse in his carriage. The bailment can be terminated at the option of A.



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