Because the deeply important jurisprudential concept of possession is involved, cases dealing with the problem of finders assume an importance far beyond their practical significance. The recent decision by the Oregon Supreme Court in Jackson v. Steinburg suggests further discussion of the problem, with particular reference to the cases in that state.
Ralph W. Aigler,
RIGHTS OF FINDERS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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