Martin v. City of Seattle
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Cole v. Steinlauf
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Lewis v. Searles
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Moore v. Phillips
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In re O’Connor’s Estate
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Gruen v. Gruen
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Foster v. Reiss
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Hardy v. Burroughs
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Chapin v. Freeland
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O’Keefe v. Synder
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Wetherbee v. Green
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Anderson v. Gouldberg
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Sheridan Suzuki, Inc. v. Caruso Auto Sales
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McAvoy v. Medina
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Schley v. Couch
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Allen v. Hyatt Regency- Nashville Hotel
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South Staffordshire Water Co. v. Sharman
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 2 Q.B. 44 (Queen's Bench 1896). Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiffs hired Defendants to clean a pool situated on Plaintiff's land, within which, during the cleaning, Defendants found two gold rings and thereafter refused to give the rings to Plaintiffs. Synopsis of Rule of Law. There is a presumption that whenever something is found on a person's land, possession of that object is maintained by the landowner. ...

Hannah v. Peel
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. K.B. 509 (King's Bench 1945). Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiff, who was a soldier staying in the house owned (but not occupied) by Defendant, found a brooch and then gave the brooch to the police who later, after not finding the rightful owner, gave the brooch to Defendant, who then sold the brooch. Synopsis of Rule of Law. Because Defendant was not physically present in the house at any time, Plaintiff's find was defensible against all parties except the rightful owner. ...

Goddard v. Winchell
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Eads v. Brazleton
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Armory v. Delamirie
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. 93 ER 664, Volume 93 Brief Fact Summary. Plaintiff, a chimney sweep's boy, found a jewel and took it to defendant's jewel shop where he showed the jewel to an apprentice to find out what it was worth and upon hearing that the jewel was worth three halfpence, decided that he wanted the jewel back, which Defendant refused to return. Synopsis of Rule of Law. A finder of an object has a property interest which is not absolute, but is sufficient to allow the finder to keep the object against all claims but those made by the rightfu ...

Johnson v. McIntosh
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Shelley v. Kraemer
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Edwards v. Sims
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Moore v. Regents of the University of California
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