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CHAPTER 2

TWO TYPES OF NON-REAL PROPERTY: PERSONAL PROPERTY AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Introductory note:  This chapter considers two types of non-real property: personal property and intellectual property. With respect to personal property, we consider: (1) the rights of finders of lost chattels; (2) the rights of bona fide purchasers of goods; (3) bailments; and (4) gifts. With respect to intellectual property, we discuss briefly copyrights, trademarks, patents and the right of publicity.

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