[German version] (‘Fruits’). Objects extracted from another object (‘mother object’), such as agricultural crops and tree fruits, wood, the young of animals, hair, wool, milk (Dig. 22,1,28 pr.; 7,1,48,1).
Fructi belonged to the owner of the mother object before they were separated from it (Dig. 6,1,44), and basically also afterwards. A security (
pignus ) to the mother object was basically also extended to the
fructi, if after separation they became the property of the person hypothecatinging the object (Dig. 20,1,1,2; 29,1); the hypothecary right of the lessor comprised also