Young v. MasciAnnotate this Case
289 U.S. 253 (1933)
U.S. Supreme Court
Young v. Masci, 289 U.S. 253 (1933)
Young v. Masci
Argued March 24, 1933
Decided April 24, 1933
289 U.S. 253
A state statute making the owner of an automobile liable for personal injuries resulting from its negligent operation by another to whom he has entrusted it is consistent with due process as applied to a nonresident owner who was not in that state when the accident occurred and who had merely lent his machine to one not his agent or engaged on business for him, with express or implied permission to take it there from the the owner's residence, where the bailment occurred and whose laws did not impose such liability. P. 289 U. S. 256.
109 N.J.L. 453 affirmed.
Appeal from a judgment affirming a recovery for personal injuries.
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