813. Division of owner's rights.

Ownership is nevertheless divisible to some extent1. For example, one or more of the collection of rights constituting ownership may be detached2. Thus prima facie an owner is entitled to possession3 or to recover possession of his goods against all the world4, a right which a dispossessed owner may exercise by peaceable retaking5. He may, however, voluntarily or involuntarily part with possession, for example by the pledging6, lending, hiring out7, bailment8, theft9 or loss of his goods, in any of which cases he is left with a right of ownership without possession, accompanied or not accompanied, as the case