A. Property rights = right to ownership against all the world.
a. Tangible Property
i. real- land and structures or natural things affixed on or growing out
of the land.
ii. personal- chattels
iii. property can be real property and becom
Fall 2010, Orth
Topics in Personal Property:
General Overview: In general property discusses three core relations. 1. The relationship
between person to the property, the relationship of the property to other, and the relationship
FINAL OUTLINE: PROPERTY
Chapter 7: FINDING
A. General Rule: A possessor (finder) has rights superior to everyone but the true owner. A prior
possessor has rights superior to a subsequent possessor.
1. Possession: Physical control and intent to a
Property Outline: Brophy Fall 2010
a. Types of property
a.i. Real Property land & anything permanently attached to land
a.ii. Personal Property everything else
b. Discovery: title to the government whose subjects discover and take possessi
Protection by the state of a claim to resources. May be in an individual or a group.