In statutes of frauds. An open, visible, and unequivocal change of possession, manifested by the usual outward signs, as distinguished from a merely formal or constructive change. Randall v. Parker, 3 Sandf. (N. Y.) 09; Murcii v. Swensen, 40 Minn. 421, 42 N. W. 290; Dodge v. .Tones, 7 Mont. 121, 14 Pac. 707; Stevens v. Irwin, 15 Cal. 503. 76 Am. Dec. 500
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