|n.||1.||(Law) One who delivers goods or money to another in trust.|
|Noun||1.||bailor - the person who delivers personal property (goods or money) in trust to the bailee in a bailment|
BAILOR, contracts. He who bails a thing to another.
2. The bailor must act with good faith towards the bailee; Story's Bailm. Sec. 74, 76, 77; permit him to enjoy the thing bailed according to contract; and, in some bailments, as hiring, warrant the title and possession of the thing hired, and probably, to keep it in suitable order and repair for the purpose of the bailment. Id. Sec. Vide Inst. lib. 3, tit. 25.