Social Studies, 21.06.2019 23:00
Awealthy philanthropist owned a mansion built to his exact specifications, featuring a pipe organ built into the wall of the music room. the organ was impressive, with beautiful hand-carved wood scrollwork. the accompanying bench was made from the same wood as the organ and was carved to match the patterns on the organ. the bench was fully movable and could be slid into a niche beside the organ when not in use, although the philanthropist usually left the bench in front of the organ for its matching effect, even when the organ was not being played. the philanthropist died, and his will left all of his personal property to his daughter and all of his real property to a local charity. after the will was admitted to probate, the daughter removed all of the furniture and other movables from the mansion, including the organ bench. the daughter refused the charity's request to return the bench to the mansion. if the charity brings suit against the daughter to replevy the bench, who will prevail?