Property

Property in Asia

Definition of Property in Property in the Legal Dictionary. See encyclopedic entry about Property In the Legal Wiki Encyclopedia: Property.

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Property: (Distinctive attribute), noun

  • aspect
  • attitude
  • attribute
  • character
  • characteristic
  • disposition
  • distinction
  • distinguishing quality
  • distinguishing trait
  • earmark
  • feature
  • individuality
  • mark
  • marked feature
  • marked quality
  • particularity
  • peculiarity
  • personality
  • point
  • proprietas
  • quality
  • singularity
  • specific quality
  • style
  • temperament
  • tone
  • trait

Property: (Land), noun

  • acreage
  • acres
  • demesne
  • domain
  • dominions
  • estate
  • freehold
  • ground
  • grounds
  • holding
  • homestead
  • household
  • land
  • landed interests
  • landed property
  • leasehold
  • lot
  • parcel
  • plot
  • premises
  • real estate
  • real property
  • realty
  • territory
  • tract
  • Associated Concepts: abandoned property
  • absolute property
  • accretions to property
  • acquisition of property
  • afteracquired property
  • assessable property
  • assessed valuation of taxable property
  • base property
  • commercial property
  • community property
  • corporate property
  • damage to property
  • devising property
  • distributable property
  • encumbrance on property
  • estate
  • execution against property
  • freehold
  • homestead
  • individual property
  • joint property
  • lien on property
  • market value
  • property tax
  • public property
  • purchase of property
  • separate and distinct properties
  • similar property
  • special property
  • specific property
  • suit affecting property
  • suit concerning property
  • taking of property for private purposes
  • taking of property for public use without just compensation
  • taxable property
  • title to real property
  • transfer of interest in property
  • transfer of property intended to take effect at death
  • unplatted land
  • urban property
  • value of the propertyforeign phrases: Transit terra cum onere
  • Land passes subject to any encumbrances affecting it
  • Jusdescendit
  • etnon terra
  • The right descends
  • Regulariter non valetpactum de re meanon alienanda
  • lt is a rule that an agreement not to alienate my property is not binding
  • Cujus est solum
  • ejus est usque ad coelum et ad inferos
  • He who owns the soil owns also up to the sky above it
  • and to the center of the earth beneath it
  • He who owns the soil owns also up to the sky above it
  • and to the center of the earth beneath it

Property: (Possessions), noun

  • accessories
  • appointments
  • assets
  • available means
  • belongings
  • bona
  • chattels
  • effects
  • estate
  • financial resources
  • funds
  • goods
  • hereditaments
  • holdings
  • immovables
  • investments
  • material assets
  • movables
  • ownership
  • pecuniary resources
  • personal effects
  • personal resources
  • possessions
  • resources
  • substance
  • tangible assets
  • tangibles
  • valuables Associated Concepts: appurtenance
  • articles of personalty
  • bequeathing property
  • fixtures
  • intangibles
  • moveables
  • proceeds of property
  • receiving stolen property
  • tangible property
  • trust property foreign phrases: Nemo cogitur rem suam vendere
  • etiam justopretio
  • No one is compelled to sell his own property
  • even for a just price
  • Quae ab hostibus capiuntur
  • statim capientiumfiunt
  • Things taken from enemies immediately become theproperty of the captors
  • Duorum in solidum dominium velpossessio esse non potest
  • Sole ownership of possessions cannot be in two persons
  • Jus triplex est
  • propietatis
  • possessionis
  • etpossibilitatis
  • Right is threefoldof property
  • of possession
  • and of possibility
  • Nemo alienae rei
  • sine satisdatione
  • defensor idoneus intelligitur
  • No one is considered a competent defender of another’s property
  • without security
  • Nul charter
  • nul vente
  • ne nul done vault perpetualment
  • si le donor n ‘est seise al temps de contracts de deux droits
  • sc
  • del droit de possession et del droit de propertie
  • No grant
  • no sale
  • no gift
  • is valid forever
  • unless the donor
  • at the time of the contract
  • has two rights
  • the right of possession
  • and the right of property
  • Prohibeturne quisfaciatinsuoquodnocerepossitalieno
  • lt is forbidden for any one to do on his own property what may injure another’s
  • Proprietas verborum est salus proprietatum
  • Propriety of words is the salvation of property
  • In re communi neminem dominorum jure facere quicquam
  • invito altero posse
  • One of the owners of common property may not exercise any authority over it against the will of another of them
  • Expedit reipublicae ne sua re quis male utatur
  • It is for the interest of the state no one should make ill use of his property
  • Mobilia non habent situm
  • Movables have no situs or local habitation
  • Catalla juste possessa amitti non possunt
  • Chattels cannot be deprived of when they are lawfully possessed
  • It concerns the state that people do not misuse their property
  • Rerum suarum quilibet est moderatoret arbiter
  • Every one is the manager and master of his own affairs or his property
  • In re pari potiorem causam esse prohibentis constat
  • Where a thing is owned in common
  • it is clear that the cause of the party prohibiting its use is the stronger
  • In re communipotior est conditioprohibentis
  • In re communipotior est conditioprohibentis
  • In relation to property held in common
  • the position of the one who prohibits is the more favorable
  • Proprietas verborum est salus proprietatum
  • Propriety of words is the salvation of property
  • In re communi neminem dominorum jure facere quicquam
  • invito altero posse
  • One of the owners of common property may not exercise any authority over it against the will of another of them
  • Expedit reipublicae ne sua re quis male utatur
  • It is for the interest of the state no one should make ill use of his property
  • Mobilia non habent situm
  • Movables have no situs or local habitation
  • Catalla juste possessa amitti non possunt
  • Chattels cannot be deprived of when they are lawfully possessed
  • Interest reipublicae ne sua quis male utatur
  • It concerns the state that people do not misuse their property
  • Rerum suarum quilibet est moderatoret arbiter
  • Every one is the manager and master of his own affairs or his property
  • In re pari potiorem causam esse prohibentis constat
  • Where a thing is owned in common
  • it is clear that the cause of the party prohibiting its use is the stronger
  • In re communipotior est conditioprohibentis
  • In relation to property held in common
  • the position of the one who prohibits is the more favorable

Browse the Asian Encyclopedia of Law for Property

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Property in Other Legal Encyclopedias

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Property Property in the World Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.
Property Property in the European Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.
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Property Property in the Latin American Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.
Property Property in the UK Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.
Property Property in the Australian Legal Wiki Encyclopedia.

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