As a matter of ordinary English, the word “obtained” can (and often does) refer to taking possession of a piece of property without also taking ownership—so, for example, you might obtain a rental car or a hotel room or an apartment. See, e.g., Oxford English Dictionary 669 (2d ed. 1989) (defining “obtain” to mean, among other things, “to come into the possession or enjoyment of (something) by one’s own effort or by request”); Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 568 U. S. 519, 532–533 (2013) (distinguishing between ownership and obtaining possession).
(U.S.S.C., June 12, 2017, Henson v. Santander Consumer USA Inc., Docket 16-349, J Gorsuch, unanimous).
Une définition de la notion de possession ("possession") au regard de la définition de la notion de propriété ("ownership").