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Parker v British Airways Board [1982] 1 QB 1004

This case considered the issue of conversion and whether or not an airport lounge was liable for the sale proceeds of a gold bracelet to a man who had found it on the floor of the airport lounge.

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Parker v British Airways Board [1982] 1 QB 1004
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