In the case of a gift inter vivos, delivery of possession is necessary to vest a chattel in the donee1 unless the donor expressly or impliedly constitutes himself a trustee for the donee2, or unless the gift is by deed3.
Delivery is necessary also in the case of gifts made in contemplation of death (gifts mortis causa)
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