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What are the differences between Immediate Possession and Mediate Possession?

This article describes the differences between Immediate Possession and Mediate Possession.

Immediate Possession

  1. Immediate possession in also called as “direct possession”.
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    If the possessor possessed the thing himself it is called immediate possession.

  3. If your purchases a book from the book shop personally and have it with you, it is immediate possession.
  4. I own a house and reside in it. It is in my immediate possession.
  5. (a) The pledge has immediate possession of the thing pledged. (b) I ride my bicycle. It is immediate possession.

Mediate Possession

  1. Mediate possession is also called as “indirect possession”.
  2. When the thing is possessed through the intervention or agency of some other person, then it is called mediate possession.
  3. If you send your friend to purchase a book from you’re to Hyderabad, and that friend purchases a book in Hyderabad for you, and possesses it. His possession is mediate until he delivers it to you.
  4. I let my house to you. You are bound to hand over the house to me whenever I desire. You have immediate possession, and I have mediate possession of house through you.
  5. I send my servant on my cycle to purchase vegetables. I have mediate possession of my cycle through my servant. My servant has immediate possession of cycle.
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