Accession

"Legal Lexicon":
ACCESSION - The ownership of a thing, whether it be real or personal, movable or immovable, carries with it the right to all that the thing produces, and to all that becomes united to it, either naturally or artificially; this is called the right of accession.
The doctrine of property arising from accession, is grounded on the right of occupancy.
The original owner of any thing which receives an accession by natural or artificial means, as by the growth of vegetables, the pregnancy of animals; the embroidering of cloth, or the conversion of wood or metal into vessels or utensils, is entitled to his right of possession to the property of it, under such its state of improvement. But the owner must be able to prove the identity of the original materials; for if wine, oil, or bread, be made out of another man's grapes, olives, or wheat, they belong to the new operator, who is bound to make satisfaction to the former proprietor for the materials which he has so converted.
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  • accession — [ aksesjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. accessio I ♦ Le fait d accéder. 1 ♦ Vx Arrivée. 2 ♦ (XVIIIe; empr. angl.) Accession au trône, le fait d y monter. ⇒ avènement. 3 ♦ Fig. et mod. Le fait d accéder, d arriver (à un état, une situation) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • accession — ac·ces·sion /ik se shən, ak / n 1: increase by something added; specif: the mode of acquiring property by which the owner of property (as a building, land, or cattle) becomes the owner of an addition by growth, improvement, increase, or labor 2:… …   Law dictionary

  • Accession — (from Lat. accedere , to go to, to approach), in law, a method of acquiring property adopted from Roman law (see: accessio ), by which, in things that have a close connection with or dependence on one another, the property of the principal draws… …   Wikipedia

  • Accession — • Method of acquiring ownership of a thing arising from the fact that it is in some way added to, or is the fruit of something already belonging to oneself Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Accession     Accession …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Accession — Ac*ces sion, n. [L. accessio, fr. accedere: cf. F. accession. See {Accede}.] 1. A coming to; the act of acceding and becoming joined; as, a king s accession to a confederacy. [1913 Webster] 2. Increase by something added; that which is added;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accession — [n1] something that augments, adds to accretion, addition, augmentation, enlargement, extension, increase, increment, raise, rise; concepts 700,775 accession [n2] coming to power assumption, attainment, inauguration, induction, investment,… …   New thesaurus

  • accession — [ak sesh′ən, əksesh′ən] n. [Fr < L accessio < accessus, ACCESS] 1. the act of coming to or attaining (a throne, power, etc.) [the accession of a new king] 2. assent; agreement 3. a) increase by addition b) an item adde …   English World dictionary

  • Accession — (accessio), das Hinzukommen einer Sache, in der Rechtswissenschaft das zu einem Eigenthum hinzukommende Zubehör an Vortheilen und Lasten, nach dem Grundsatze: wem die Hauptsache gehört, dem gehört auch deren Nebensache. Die Accession ist… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Accession — (v. lat. Accessio, Rechtsw.), jede Sache, welche zu einer andern in einem solchen Verhältniß steht, daß sie als Attribut der andern (der Hauptsache) betrachtet wird, deshalb auch von ihr abhängig ist u. ihr Schicksal theilt. Den allgemeinen… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • accession — (n.) act of coming to a position, especially of a throne, 1640s, from L. accessionem (nom. accessio) a going to, joining, increase, noun of action from pp. stem of accedere (see ACCEDE (Cf. accede)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • accession — 1 *addition, accretion, increment Antonyms: discard 2 access, attack, *fit, paroxysm, spasm, convulsion Analogous words: see those at ACCESS 2 …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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