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Found : bailment in paragraphs of Civil Code
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TITLE 2. MANNER OF CREATING CONTRACTS (1619-1633)

1630. Except as provided in Section 1630.5, a printed contract of bailment providing for the...

1630.5. The provisions of any contract of bailment for the parking or storage of a motor vehicle...

Article 2. Definitions (1791-1791.3)

(g) "Lease" means any contract for the lease or bailment for the use of consumer goods by an...

Article 2. Definitions (1802-1802.21)

1802.6. "Retail installment contract" or "contract" means any contract for a retail installment...

CHAPTER 2b. AUTOMOBILE SALES FINANCE ACT (2981-2984.6)

(2) A contract for the bailment of a motor vehicle between a buyer and a seller, with or without...

2981.5. A contract for the bailment or leasing of a motor vehicle, with or without accessories,...

CHAPTER 2d. VEHICLE LEASING ACT (2985.7-2993)

(d) "Lease contract" means any contract for or in contemplation of the lease or bailment for the...

Article 2. Damages for Wrongs (3333-3343.7)

(2) "Conditional sale contract" has the meaning set forth in subdivision (a) of Section 2981....

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