2009 California Civil Code - Section 1902-1906 :: Chapter 2. Loan For ExchangeCIVIL CODE
1902. A loan for exchange is a contract by which one delivers personal property to another, and the latter agrees to return to the lender a similar thing at a future time, without reward for its use. 1903. A loan, which the borrower is allowed by the lender to treat as a loan for use, or for exchange, at his option, is subject to all the provisions of this Chapter. 1904. By a loan for exchange the title to the thing lent is transferred to the borrower, and he must bear all its expenses, and is entitled to all its increase. 1905. A lender for exchange cannot require the borrower to fulfill his obligations at a time, or in a manner, different from that which was originally agreed upon. 1906. Sections 1893, 1895, and 1896, apply to a loan for exchange.
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