intervertere possessionem (in-t<<schwa>>r-v<<schwa>>r-t<<schwa>>r-ee p<< schwa>>-zes[h]-ee-oh-n<<schwa>>m). [Latin] Scots law. To intercept possession; to alter the possession. • If a bailee received an item under a bailment and then stole the item, the bailee changed the nature of the possession.

[Blacks Law 8th]