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real right

a proprietary right enforceable against the whole world.
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the concessionaire will be authorized to issue temporary occupancy permits (aot) constituting real rights, on the concession granted.
Moreover, special powers of attorney are necessary to convey real rights over immovable properties.
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.
It was the real rights of special police force of Malakand that government will announce them as permanent police force in police department Babak asked.
Of course, there are very few governments in the world that actually meet that criteria, provided real rights are used as the yardstick rather than bogus UN-defined "human rights" that can be limited "by law" for almost any reason.
Yet ordinary Afghans have never got real rights for the blood they have spilt.
DLD's notice, which was not available on their website, reportedly read: "Please take note that, effective April 17, 2016, the property registration services department will start applying and levying fines for not registering &/or delaying registration of property disposals and related real rights with the Land Department (sale, building sale, grant, building registration, mortgage, musataha, lease to own arrangement, usufruct, long term lease) &/or not paying or delaying payment of applicable fees in connection with such dispositions &/or not paying or delaying the transfer of received fees to the Land Department in accordance with [various circulars], as per the following.
Real rights, moral rights--such as the rights to life, liberty and property--are not granted by government; they exist prior to government.
If we are to get real rights for women in Ireland we will need to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
The old law was viewed by many as being too restrictive, especially by Shariah-compliant banks, since it prohibited the disposal or mortgage of land and the constructions and building upon it[a1] , as well as any asset reverting to the state [a2] of Kuwait following the end of the BOT[a3] term, and from attaching any real rights over the same[a4] .
Both of these debates are more accurately described as clashes between real rights and fake rights.