real right

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real right

a proprietary right enforceable against the whole world.
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Accordingly, pursuant to the Law, Foreign Owners may now own, acquire and dispose of all principal real rights (including freehold ownership) and accessory real property rights (including mortgage) over real estate properties located within the investment areas of Abu Dhabi.
Acting on the criminal complaint of Frank, a criminal information for the crime of Usurpation of Real Rights in Property was filed against Connie.
" What he's championing, he said, are "real rights for real people." Such remarks drive critics of the human rights record of the Duterte administration up the wall.
Ms Saville Roberts said: "It is essential victims are given real rights." Victims' Commissioner Baroness Helen Newlove, whose husband Garry was murdered in 2007, said it was "a major step forward".
| Armand Legg: If we had real rights in this country as workers, we would be able to decide for ourselves whether it's too hot to work or not.
Article 773 defines the trust as the legal operation whereby one or more settlors transfer real rights, claim rights, guarantee or other property rights or a set of such rights, present or future, to one or more trustees who exercise them with a specific purpose for the benefit of one or more beneficiaries.
Americans who value real rights and freedoms need to ditch the UN and its extremist agenda in favor of the U.S.
The first requirement comes from the understanding that real rights are established by a numerus clausus list in the sense that the extension of matters or "legal assets" may be subject to property (31) only if they are established as such by law.