- A person may own land notwithstanding that another has an easement, such as a right of way, over it.
- A person in possession is not bound to prove that the possessions belong him.
- He is the de jure owner of the property.
- His title to the property is defective.
- Marital property is the same as community property and is divided equally upon divorce.
- One independent object can only and only needs to establish one property right.
- One should enjoy his property in such a manner as not to injure that of another person.
- Ownership has been described as “the entirety of powers of use and disposal allowed by law”.
- Ownership in indivision is ended by a partition of the property.
- The ownership of the company has passed to bank.