The Accession in Roman Law

By: Anavitarte, E. J.*

The accession is an original way of acquiring property in which, when two things are mixed, the property of the accessory thing passes to the owner of the main thing.

It is considered a direct or original way of acquiring property because it does not necessarily require the intervention of people for there to be accession, but of the conditions of the things themselves, so that the act that gives rise to the property is prior to the act legal.

The owner of the thing acquired by another through accession could arrange for the main and accessory things to be separated, or that, if they are inseparable, they be compensated.

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