Under a storage agreement, one party (the keeper) undertakes to keep the thing transferred to it by the other party (depositor) and return this thing intact.
The storage agreement is recognized as concluded from the moment of transfer of the item for storage.
PARTIES TO THE STORAGE AGREEMENT
Custodian - any legal or natural person. A legal entity has the right to be a custodian when there is no corresponding entry in the constituent documents prohibiting such activities. A professional or nonprofit organization may serve as a professional custodian, for which storage is one of the goals of the activity. Professional custodians are: warehouses, pawnshops, storage rooms, etc. Citizens and nonprofit organizations (for example, storing things in organization’s wardrobes) can act as non-professional custodians.
The depositor is usually the owner of the property. However, it is possible to deposit the property for storage by other persons, but the consent of the owner is necessary for the transfer of the thing for storage (carrier, pledge holder, borrower, etc.)
In this section you can familiarize yourself with the storage agreement at the warehouse, the storage agreement with the depersonalization of things.