Droit D’Accesssion Law and Legal Definition

Droit D’Accesssion is a term of French civil law. ‘Modus acquirendi quo quis ex aliena materia suo nomine novam speciem faciens bona fide ejus speciei dominium consequitur.’-That property which is acquired by making a new species out of the material of another. It is a rule of the civil law, that if the thing can be reduced to the former matter, it belongs to the owner of the matter, e. g. a statue made of gold, but if it cannot so be reduced, it belongs to the person who made it.

Droit is a French word that signifies the whole collection of laws, written and unwritten. It also signifies a legal right or claim.