Constructive delivery is common for intangible goods

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Constructive delivery is common for intangible goods; it is symbolic giving. With written conveyance, or handing over a safety deposit box key. And lastly, the gift must be accepted. It is assumed that gifts are accepted unless there is proof the gift was refused. A donee may refuse a gift. They cannot be forced to take an unwanted gift. These three elements must occur for the gift to be considered legal.
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