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Post by Karen on Mon 6 Dec 2010 - 20:32

In regard to the finding of lost property, about which one or two of my readers have had something to say, Mr. George Hutt wishes to add that when he suggested that the finder of lost property was entitled to a percentage of its value he was taking as his authority the Metropolitan Stage Coach and Hackney Carriage Act. He is aware that this only applies to articles found in public conveyances, and is glad to have the opportunity to acknowledge that the finder of articles in the street would not be legally entitled to any such percentage.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly News, October 19, 1913, Page 16

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