A double right; that is. the right of possession and the right ofproperty. These two rights were, by the theory of our ancient law, distinct; and theabove phrase was used to indicate the concurrence of both in one person, whichconcurrence was necessary to constitute a complete title to land. Mozley & Whitley.
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