Justinian’s Digest: There is an intermediate view of property that if the thing can be
returned to its original components, then the property should belong to the owner of the
materials from which the product was made, but if the thing cannot be returned to its
original components, then it should belong to the maker of the product because it was he
who gave the thing its current value ***Under this law, there is no compensation to he
who loses the rights in property***