If the son Is supported by the father.
can the son aquire a gift from him?
I heard 2 opinions
1 is that no because he can not acquire a Eruv hatzerot for others (related )
2 is that yes since the son aquiers a esrog on sukos
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I will outline my answer without sources and add them later B"H.
There's was a story with my eldest son some 15 years ago when I bought him Teffilin for his Bar-Mitzvah. Some 7 years later he asked to buy a new set and I agreed. When I presented him the second set I rightfully took the first, but he objected, stating that this was all his property.
I learned I should be more clear about my intentions.