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Constructive Possession

Constructive Possession

Definition

The power to control an item without physical possession of it. Constructive possession can be used in criminal contexts, as when a person has power over an item and the intent to exercise control over it, or in civil cases, as when a buyer has received title to property but not yet physically occupied it.

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