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Ruling 2346

If a person gives some property to someone, saying, ‘Let it be trusted to you’ and the latter accepts, or, if without uttering a word a person conveys to someone that he is giving him some property for safeguarding and the latter accepts in a way that makes it clear he has committed to safeguarding it, then in such cases, the parties must act in accordance with the laws (aḥkām) of deposit and trust, which will be mentioned below.