-92§ 537. Materials of several owners If a thing has been formed by the admixture of several materials of different owners, and neither can be considered the principal substance, an owner without whose consent the admixture was made may require a separation, if the materials can be separated without inconvenience. If they cannot be thus separated, the owners acquire the thing in common, in proportion to the quantity, quality, and value of their materials; but if the materials of one were far superior to those of the others, both in quantity and value, he may claim the thing on reimbursing to the others the value of their materials. § 538. Willful trespassers Sections 531-537 of this title do not apply to cases in which a person willfully uses the materials of another without his consent. In those cases, the product belongs to the owner of the material, if its identity can be traced. § 539. Election between thing and value Where a person whose material has been used without his knowledge, in order to form a product of a different description, can claim an interest therein, he may demand: (1) restitution of his material in kind, in the same quantity, weight, measure, and quality; or (2) the value of the material. If he is entitled to the product, he may claim the value thereof in place of the product. § 540. Liability of wrongdoer for damages A person who wrongfully employs materials belonging to another is liable to him in damages, as well as under the foregoing provisions of this chapter.
CHAPTER 25—TRANSFER OF PROPERTY 8UBCHAPTEB I—GENERAL PBOVISIOITB
Sec. 571. 572. 573. 574. 575. 576.
Definitions. Property which may be transferred. Possibility as transferable. Right of repossession as transferable. Vesting of title. Incidents to a thing transferred. SUBCHAPTER II—MODE OF TRANSFER
591. 592. 593. 594. 595. 596. 597. 598.
Oral transfer. Interest in an existing trust Transfer of other personal property by sale. Necessity for delivery. Date of delivery. Delivery as necessarily absolute. Delivery in escrow. Constructive delivery. SUBCHAPTER III—^INTEBPBETATION OF GRANTS
621. 622. 623. 624. 625. 626.
Interpretation as contracts. Limitation in grant. Recourse to recitals. Interpretation against grantor; exceptions. Irreconcilable provisions. "Heirs" and "issue" in certain remainders.