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1. Procedure by which a party's property is acquired by another party, by virtue of the fact that the first party's property is affixed or attached to the second party's property. See also fixtures.
2. Procedure by which a contracting party adheres to a legal instrument, or by which a country becomes a signatory to an international agreement.
3. Procedure by which an entity (such as an archive or library) acquires or takes custody of (acquires legal title to) records.

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Sometimes someone may end up getting some of your property based on accession and you may have to try and fight it.
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My friend realized that he would be powerful one day due to his accession theory that it is all about attitude and how you present yourself.
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If you think another company has something really good working you can try to get it through accession if you think its worth it.
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