Lease may be terminated at the expiry of the contract, or if it is free, at any time upon request. The act can also be carried out by an unlawful act or the destruction of the goods. If the leaseee returns the goods to the Bailor or transfers ownership of the property to the leaseee, the derailment is also terminated. Free credit and the provision of real estate for repair or conservation are also typical situations in which a derailment occurs. Free bailment is the lease of ownership of a bailee without reward, and for the property must be returned to the Bailor on request. Bailment is a legal area with rules of the rights of property owners and those who obtain ownership. This is a legal area of broad application. It applies automatically. The terms of legal action may be changed by a contract of ownership and possession of goods between two legal entities. Three elements are normally necessary for the existence of a derailment: delivery, acceptance and consideration. Once the purpose of the derailment is complete, the leaseee must generally return the property to the Bailor or report it, according to the terms of the contract.

If the return of the property is delayed without fault or becomes impossible – z.B. if it is lost during the derailment or if a hurricane blows the property into the sea – the lease will not be held responsible for the non-delivery on request. However, in all other cases, the Bailee is responsible for the unauthorized processing and non-delivery of the property as well as its unauthorized use. A bailor enjoys the exclusive advantage of a bail when a bailee acts for free – for example, when a restaurant, a bailee, makes a wardrobe available to its customers free of charge. Due to the lease conditions, the Bailee agrees to act without any expectation of compensation. A lease is created for the sole benefit of the lease if both parties agree that the property, temporarily in the custody of the leaseee, will be used for its own benefit, without giving anything to the bailor in return. The loan of a book from a library is a yawn for the exclusive benefit of the bailee. Sub leasement occurs when the Bailor provides ownership of the lease and, by consent, the bailee delivers to another person, a sub-bay.

The exchange of representations between the parties is a blow to the mutual interests of the parties. Confusion for the repair of an object is a mutual benefit if the Bailee receives a royalty in return for its work. Effective possession or control of property must be handed over to a bailee in order to create a derailment. The delivery of the actual ownership of a property allows the leaseee to fulfil its obligations to the property without interference from others. Ownership control is not necessarily the same as physical preservation, but rather a kind of constructive delivery. The Bailor gives the Bailee the opportunity to take him into custody without his actual delivery. The law interpreted this act as the equivalent of the physical transmission of the object. Delivering keys in a safe is a constructive delivery of the contents. The transfer of the property to the property of the bailee makes an explicit or tacit promise of the Bailee: the lease agreement, which embodies the general principles of the law of bailing, governs the rights and obligations of the Bailor and The Bailee. The duty of care to be exercised by a bailee varies depending on the type of derailment.

The standard of care for a free bailee depends on the circumstances of the agreement, but the fact that it is a free derailment reduces standards of care. The Privacy Act eliminated considerable complexity in enforcing the derailment law and the assets that remained in possession of the lease.