824. Intermixture.

Ownership of goods may be acquired by confusion or intermixture if the goods, when mixed, are indistinguishable1. If the goods are mixed by agreement or consent, the proprietors have an interest in common in proportion to their respective shares2; if mixed by accident, or the act of a third person, for which neither owner is responsible, the proprietors become owners in common of the mixed property in proportion to the amounts contributed3. Where one party (B) wrongfully mixes the goods of another party (A) with goods of his own, which are substantially of the same nature and quality, and

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