Accessorium non ducit, sed sequitur sumn principale

That which is but accessory does not lead, but follows the principal thing. "The land is the principal thing, the accretion is but an accessory." Plaintiff's brief in Banks v Ogden, US 2 Wall 57, 17 L Ed 818.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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