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6. What differentiates Accession from Confusion? Who becomes the ultimateproperty owner through Accession? Does the doctrine of Confusion always leaveownership with the same party?
If the accession occurs by accident and can be easily separated, the improver mayretain the improvement. If the improvement can not be easily separated, theproperty owner retains the improvement.The doctrine of confusion does not always leave ownership with thesame party. If goods were commingled without a person's knowledge, theinnocent party now owns the goods.7. When may an appellate court overturn a trial court decision? What are theappropriate formal names of the parties when a case has been appealed? Are manytrial court decisions overturned because the appellate court questions the findingsof fact of the trial court?
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Professor
Little
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U S Court OF APPEALS, Trial court, federal court

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