general constructive possession


general constructive possession
That possession which the law attaches to the title to real property where there is no actual possession in the owner of the title, and no one in adverse possession of the property; to be distinguished from that construc- tive possession known as "effective possession" or "virtual possession." Wheeler v Clark, 114 Tenn 117, 85 SW 258.

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