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    in Bridges Vs. Hawkesworth, the finder was allowed to keep the goods on the ground that:

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    1. if given to the owner, it would amount to unjust enrichment

    2. the owner of the shop was not aware of the fact that items were in his shop

    3. the items were found in an area where public is admitted and the llndei y/ was one among them

    4. the owner of the shop was not traceable

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