Definition of "trover"
  1. A traditional legal action which allows one to obtain compensation for personal property that was wrongly taken and used by someone else for their own advantage
How to use "trover" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer initiated a trover to get compensation for his client whose car had been misused by an unauthorized person.
  2. A trover case was filed when it was learned that the artwork had been unlawfully appropriated and sold for personal gain.
  3. If someone unlawfully converts your personal property into their possession, you might consider filing for a trover to recover its value.

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