is the largest manager of state-owned holdings, managing state-owned shares in 20 enterprises.
Under Article 428 of the Civil Code, the owner has a right of action against the holder and possessor
of the thing in order to recover it.
The NHMP patrolling officers Rana Naveed and Inayat Ullah promptly responded to the call and took the money into their custody and made efforts to handover the belonging to its possessor
Perhaps Doug has a possessor
of both expertise and an iron spine in mind?
In linguistic terms, there are two entities: a possessor
and a possessed (also designated as a possessum, possessee) which are in a possessive relation (designated as a relator).
One substantial difficulty with the baseline possessory rules that allow the first possessor
of an object to become its just possessor
, and in effect its private owner, is that despite Chartier's claim to the contrary this rule might run afoul of his Principle of Fairness.
(12) Second, productive use provides a fairness-based limitation on the scope of property rights, making sure both that the initial possessor
has done something to merit the property right and allowing for necessary reallocation when the productive use of a subsequent claimant outstrips the productive use of the initial claimant.
However, the vehicle turns out to be an alien scout with a life of its own which before long embroils Sam in an intergalactic war between two factions of giant shape-changing robots, which have come to Earth to find a mystical cube that grants infinite power to its possessor
. Michael Bay's sci-fi action adventure, with Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Jon Voight and John Turturro.
of one of the defining tenor saxophone voices in jazz, he had been a giant of the genre since being a vital member of the Duke Ellington Orchestra in the early 1940s, yet this was his first visit to Europe and to Ronnie's.
d) Events of creation or obtaining of an item for an intended possessor
, hence involving the semantic role of Beneficiary
(18) Most American statutes of limitation do not expressly state that the former owner can lose title to an adverse possessor
after the running of the statute.
In this article, 'documentary owner' or 'true owner' will refer to the owner of the land, and 'adverse possessor
' will refer to the person able or intending to claim a right to land under the traditional doctrine or under a statutorily modified version.