Divesting abandonment

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Divesting Abandonment is a term in property law which refers to instances where the owner of a chattel, that is a piece of tangible personal property, seeks to relinquish his rights in that property.

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  • Griffiths-Baker, J. (2007), Divesting Abandonment: An Unnecessary Concept? Common Law World Review, volume 36, issue 1, p. 16-26