Precarious right

PRECARIOUS RIGHT. The right which the owner of a thing transfers to another, to enjoy the same until it shall please the owner to revoke it.
     2. If there is a time fixed during which the right may be used it is then vested for that time, and cannot be revoked until after its expiration. Wolff, Inst. Sec. 833.

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PAUL TURNER WORKING with the backs at Wasps at present where everybody's future prospects are precarious right now.
The financial status of many hospitals is so precarious right now that this expansion could not have come at a better time and no one will be able to optimize its benefits better than Keenan and its partners," said Henry Loubet, Chief Strategy Officer, Keenan.
Steeplejacks were going to start to make the steeple safe today as several stones remained loose and precarious right at the top.