the right to either permit or deny respectively use or possession of the owned

The right to either permit or deny respectively use

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the right to either permit or deny, respectively, use or possession of the owned property by other people ( Jacque - punitive damages my be imposed for intentional trespass to property. P had a legal right to exclude the D from crossing their land) ( State -) Chapter 2 Subsequent Possession: Acquisition of Property by Find, Adverse Possession, & Gift A. Find ( Armory, Hannah, McAvoy ) 2
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1. General Rule: The finder of a lost article is entitled to possession against the whole world, except the true owner or first possessor and if anyone converts that property they are liable for conversion. However a finder of mislaid property acquires no right’s in mislaid property.a. trover- recovery of damages for conversion of personal property, generally measured by the fair market value of the propertyb.replevin- return of personal property.c. bailments- is the rightful possession of goods by a person, one who is not the owner.d. bailee- the person holding the goods, by virtue of his possession owes a duty of care to the bailor (the owner). 2. Three types of found property: 1.Theory & Elements of Adverse Possession(VanValkenburg) 3
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