- A man finds a gold bracelet in an airport. Who has a better claim, him or the airport?
- Who has better property rights, the owner of a premise or him?
- The occupier must attempt to exert control if they want to have the best claim
- A person who dishonestly acquires a chattel will have little claim to it
- The owner always has a better claim
- A finder only has a right if it is lost or abandoned and s/he exerts control over it
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