proprietary rights

proprietary rights

n. those rights which go with ownership of real property or a business.

See: occupation, possession
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There were no hedges, no signs of proprietary rights, no evidences of agriculture; the whole earth had become a garden.
Though she did not know it, she had a feeling in him of proprietary right.
The Act does not in any way purport to declare the proprietary rights of the State in the mineral wealth nor does it contain any provision divesting any owner of a mine of his proprietary rights," a bench headed by Justice R.
He is also the owner of patents, intellectual property and proprietary rights in solar energy technology which he has assigned to Second Solar, Inc.
The two parties reached agreement on payments to Monsanto for use of registration data, and Monsanto agreed not to assert its proprietary rights relating to the manufacture, sale or use in the United States of existing formulations of ClearOut.
One inclusion theory is that the taxpayer has retained all proprietary rights in the claim and simply is using a portion of the award to discharge a personal liability to the attorney.
Broadcasters have recently begun to demand a greater percentage of the revenue generated from the exploitation of proprietary rights associated with programs which they license.
Of the system's available computer resources, some 55 percent is to be allotted to NASA, 20 percent to the Department of Defense, 5 percent to other government agencies, 15 percent to commercial users such as aircraft companies that want to keep proprietary rights to their results, and 5 percent to universities.
CPT has recognized Monsanto's right to be compensated for certain of its glyphosate regulatory data and its proprietary rights regarding the manufacture and use of glyphosate, including the use of glyphosate over Roundup Ready(R) crops.
Citotech") is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Proprietary Rights Agreement (the "Proprietary Rights Agreement") with DaimlerChrysler Corporation ("DaimlerChrysler") pursuant to which Citotech and DaimlerChrysler will cooperate in a program to develop automotive engine starter/re-starter technology that could reduce the cost and weight of future vehicles, to provide increased function and improved fuel economy and to reduce emissions.
June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY) announced today the favorable resolution of a series of lawsuits filed against persons allegedly infringing Callaway Golf's proprietary rights in the design and manufacture of its best-selling Big Bertha(R) Metal Woods and Big Bertha(R) Irons.
Katsh, co-chairman of the firm's Technology and Proprietary Rights Group which consists of 40 lawyers firm-wide, said: "This office is an important addition to our U.