Loaning out other's possessions.

by Susanne
(Seattle)


Is it proper to loan out something that you have or have borrowed from a friend to another friend without first asking permission from the owner of the item?

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Mar 18, 2016
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Surely, it is not proper) A person should always ask the owner whether it is possible to give the thing to the other person or not.

Jul 30, 2015
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Only Loan What is Yours NEW
by: Kristine

It's never ok to loan something that you have borrowed from someone else and they probably wouldn't appreciate you putting them on the spot asking them if you can loan it to someone else. If someone loaned out something that I loaned to them I would never loan them anything again.

May 07, 2010
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Definitely Not.
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definitely not. It is not proper to loan out something that is not yours.

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