accessio
See accession. The right of an owner of personal property to the personal property of another which is incorporated into or united with his property. Sometimes the term is given a broader significance to include rights which an owner of real or personal property has to any increase thereto from any cause, natural or artificial. In any event, rights by accession include accession of other materials as well as additions by skill or labor. 1 Am J2d Access § 1. They also include the right of the mortgagee under a chattel mortgage to additions to the mortgaged chattel. 15 Am J2d Chat Mtg § 68.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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