It`s possible that you interact with a bailee every day and don`t even realize it. For example, in a dry cleaning, the worker becomes bailed out when you drop off your suit for cleaning. The owner of a jewelry repair shop is a bailee after you give him a gold chain to repair it. The city`s garage caretaker acts as a surety after you hand him the keys to your car while you head to a restaurant. As stated above, the Bailee obtains custody of a piece of land, but cannot legally claim it. This means that the leaser is still the rightful owner, even if the goods are held by the Bailee. However, the guarantor is responsible for the conservation of the property and the possible return of the goods. As a general rule, the surety is not entitled to use the property or property. This relationship, which is legally called bailout, is based on a contractual agreement between the Bailor and the Bailee. . .