What is ownership in law?

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Ownership refers to the legal right of an individual, group, corporation or government to the possession of a thing. Holdsworth observed that the English law accepted the concept of ownership as an absolute right through gradual the gradual development in the law of. Ownership is the legal right to the possession of a thing. Ownership, the legal relation between a person (individual, group, corporation, or government) and an object.

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