What is Involuntary Deposit?

Legal Definition
In the law of bailments, one made by the accidental leaving or placing of personal property in the possession of another, without negligence on the part of the owner, or, in cases of fire, shipwreck, inundation, riot, insurrection, or the like extraordinary emergencies, by the owner of personal property committing it out of necessity to the care of any person. Rev. St. Oki. 1908, § 282G; Rev. Codes N. D. 1899, § 4002; Civ. Code S. D. 1903, § 1354.
-- Black's Law Dictionary