exclusive possession

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The territory, thus free from all exclusive possession, they might have taken by the natural right of occupancy.
The exclusive possession of a marine boiler had given Falk the whiphand of us all.
This companion dying, the animal fell into his own exclusive possession.
11 In economics, which M is the exclusive possession of a market by a supplier of a product?
The final judgment awarded the former wife exclusive possession of the home pending its sale and required her to be responsible for all the costs.
And this homeland is not the exclusive possession of anyone in order to bequeath it to his children.
Our constructive dialogue on shared values and ultimate goals is far more vital and imperative than our rivalries over the number of believers, our contradictory claims about proselytism and sterile competition over exclusive possession of the truth.
Tariq Ramadan, a Muslim delegate and Swiss philosopher, wrote in the The Guardian, a British newspaper, that dialogue was "far more vital and imperative than our rivalries over the number of believers, our contradictory claims about proselytism, and sterile competition over exclusive possession of the truth".
5) However, the IAF's exclusive possession of beyond visual range (BVR) weapons and air-to-air refuelling capability, as well as superiority in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), further accentuates its advantage.
Section 52 confirms that the court has the power to award an interest in the matrimonial home; the court may "(a) order the delivery, safekeeping, and preservation of the interest in First Nation land that is a matrimonial home; (b) direct that one spouse be given exclusive possession of the interest in First Nation land that is a matrimonial home, or part of it for such period as the court may direct consistent with the law.
The standard test is that if exclusive possession is given for a specified term, then this will create a lease or tenancy, and not a licence, whatever the document is called.
Rather than receiving a one-half interest in the matrimonial property or gaining interim exclusive possession of a matrimonial home, they are forced to settle for monetary compensation and, in some cases, no relief.