The term 'succession', when used to denote a method of acquiring title to chattels, was formerly of very limited significance, being applied only to corporations aggregate and, in rare cases, to corporations sole1. In more modern times, however, ownership may be said to be acquired by succession whenever a person, whether a corporation or an individual, succeeds to the title of a previous owner
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