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What are the differences between Corporeal Possession and Incorporeal Possession?

This article describes the differences between Corporeal Possession and Incorporeal Possession.

Corporeal Possession

  1. Meaning: corporeal – having a body. It is seen and tangible.
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    Corporeal possession is the possession of a material object.

  3. Examples: house, car, cycle, book, pen, computer, typewriter, wearing clothes, etc.
  4. Corporeal possession is the possession of a thing.
  5. The material object is seen.

Incorporeal Possession

  1. Meaning incorporeal – having no body.
  2. In corporal possession is the possession of anything other than a material object.
  3. Examples: trade mark, patent, copyright, etc.
  4. Incorporeal possession is the possession of a right.
  5. It cannot be seen.
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