Possession of Corporeal Moveables
Possession is an area of Scots Law about which little has been written and which contains much that is uncertain.
This is the first book-length treatment of any part of the law of possession. The focus is on corporeal moveable property, but the book also contains general discussion of the requirements of possession and its role in Scots law.
The book covers the acquisition of possession; the loss of possession; the acquisition of possession by momentary control; the effectiveness of symbolic acts of possession; and the special problems raised by the possession of animals.
|Publisher:||Edinburgh Legal Education Trust|