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Professor Brown has written a book on those segments of the law which are traditionally grouped in the law schqol course under the heading, Personal Property. Here the author has treated problems connected with the original acquisition of property in things, the acquisition of property by finding, by adverse possession, by accession and confusion, by gift, by sale, and by judgment and its satisfaction. He includes within the scope of his book a treatment of bailments, liens, with special reference to pledges, fixtures and emblements. It will be seen at once by those familiar with the traditional law school course in Personal Property that this text parallels the leading case books on the subject.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Book Review: A Treatise on the Law of Personal Property, 15 Texas Law Review 150 (1936)