L. A. No. 24459
48 Cal. 2d 689; 312 P.2d 251; 1957
The lessor of an airplane was not entitled to recover damages for the destruction of the airplane following a crash because there was a total absence of any evidence that the lessee was negligent or that the terms of the bailment were breached.
Carter, Jesse W., "Martin School of Aviation, Inc. v. Bank of America Nat'l Trust & Sav. Asso. [DISSENT]" (1957). Jesse Carter Opinions. 81.