The word 'possession' is sometimes used inaccurately as synonymous with the right to possession1. This right to possess is a normal incident of ownership, but an owner's right to possess may be temporarily suspended, as, for example, where he has bailed the goods to a bailee for a term, and, conversely, the right to possess may exist temporarily in one who is not the owner, for example a bailee. Moreover, a right to possess may be subject to the superior right of one who has a better title. For example, a finder's right to possess does not avail against
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