Physical or de facto possession may be lost by discontinuance of physical control in various ways1, but the loss of physical control does not necessarily involve loss of legal possession2; and a person entitled to immediate possession who has temporarily parted with de facto possession has the rights and remedies of a de facto possessor3. Loss of possession may also be occasioned by destruction or extinction of the chattel in fact or in law4. Loss of possession obviously results from a transfer or delivery of the chattel to another
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