See also:law, a method of acquiring
See also:property adopted from
See also:Roman law, by which, in things that have a close connexion with or dependence on one another, the property of the
See also:principal draws after it the property of the
See also:accessory, according to the principle, accessio cedet principali . Accession may take place either in a natural way, such as the growth of fruit or the pregnancy of animals, or in an artificial way . The various methods may be classified as (I)
See also:land to land by accretion or alluvion; (2) moveables to land (see
See also:FIXTURES); (3) moveables to moveables; (4) moveables added to by the
See also:art or
See also:industry of man; this may be by
See also:specification, as when
See also:wine is made out of grapes, or by confusion, or commixture, which is the mixing together of liquids or solids, respectively . In the case of
See also:industrial accession ownership is determined according as the natural or manufactured substance is of the more importance, and, in general, compensation is pay-able to the
See also:person who has been dispossessed of his property . In a
See also:historical or constitutional sense, the
See also:term " accession " is applied to the coming to the
See also:throne of a
See also:dynasty or
See also:line of sovereigns or of a single
See also:sovereign . " Accession " sometimes likewise signifies consent or acquiescence .
ACCESS (Lat. accessus)
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