have possession

See: occupy, remain
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Thus, antichresis involves an express agreement between parties such that the creditor will have possession of the debtor's real property given as security, and such creditor will apply the fruits of the property to the interest owed by the debtor, if any, then to the principal amount.
The holding to which Mr Samek draws attention must be read as predicated on the judge's conclusion earlier in that paragraph that Mercedes of Interest did not have possession in law.