Whenever two (2) or more persons have and hold any estate, interest or property, whether
real or personal, in common as joint tenants, tenants in common, co-parceners or joint
owners and one or more of the owners of the common property shall take, receive, use
or have benefit thereof, in greater proportion than his, her, or their interest therein,
such owner or owners, his, her, or their executors and administrators shall be liable
to render his, her, or their account of the use and profit of such common property
to his, her or their fellow commoner or commoners, jointly or severally; and such
of the fellow commoner or commoners or any or either of them, their executors or administrators,
shall have his, her, or their action against such receiver or receivers or either
of them, as his, her, or their bailiff or bailiffs, for receiving more than his, her,
or their part or proportion as provided in this section.
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