natural possessionCivil law. The exercise of physical detention or control over a thing, as by occupying a building or cultivating farmland.
? Natural possession may be had without title, and may give rise to a claim of unlawful possession or a claim of ownership by acquisitive prescription. The term ¡°natural possession¡± has been replaced by the term ¡°corporeal possession¡± in the Louisiana Civil Code, by virtue of a 1982 revision. La. Civ. Code Ann. art. 3425. See corporeal possession; PRESCRIPTION(2). Cf. possessio naturalis under POSSESSIO. [Cases: Property 10. C.J.S. Property ¡ì¡ì 27¨C31, 33.]
What is the preferred translation of the term natural possession by Chinese lawyers?