The acceptance of a gift may be made publicly or privately, having regard to the nature of the gift; but the acceptance of a gift, consisting of immoveable property, must be invariably made with as much publicity as possible. Acceptance is made—Corporeal acceptance, as by touching.

  • Source: Sarbah, John Mensah. Fanti customary laws: a brief introduction to the principles of the native laws and customs of the Fanti and Akan Districts of the Gold Coast, with a report of some cases thereon decided in the law courts. London: William Clowes and Sons, 1904.
  • Culture: Akan
  • Location: Africa