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The exercise of a right; the possession and fruition of a right or privilege. Comfort, consolation, contentment, ease, happiness, pleasure, and satisfaction. Such includes the beneficial use, interest, and purpose to which property may be put, and implies right to profits and income therefrom.
n. 1) to exercise a right. 2) pleasure. 3) the use of funds or occupancy of property. Sometimes this is used in the phrase "quiet enjoyment" to which one is entitled to be free of noise or interference.
enjoyment(Pleasure), noun amusement, bliss, delight, diversion, ecstasy, entertainment, exhilaration, fructus, gaiety, gaudium, gratification, gusto, merriment, recreation, refreshment, rejoicing, relaxation, relish, thrill, treat, zest
Foreign phrases: Omnis privatio praesupponit habitum.Every privation presupposes a former enjoyment.
enjoyment(Use), noun avail, disposal, employment, habitation, occupancy, occupation, ownership, possession, prerogative, proprietorship, retention, seisin, tenancy, tenure, usuage, utilization
Associated concepts: adverse enjoyment, covenant of quiet enjoyment
See also: benefit, betterment, occupancy, satisfaction, use
enjoymentthe exercise of a right; enjoyment nec vi (‘without force’), nec clam (‘without secrecy’) and nec precario (‘not being a grant recallable at will’) for the appropriate period will result in the prescriptive acquisition of the right.
ENJOYMENT. The right which a man possesses of receiving all the product of a thing for his necessity, his use, or his pleasure.