proprietary interest

proprietary interest

n. a total or partial ownership.

References in classic literature ?
He tried to find some editorial work on the paper which had printed his reports, but every place was full, and it was hopeless to dream of getting a proprietary interest in it.
She had no proprietary interest in the painting beyond what she acquired from a growing regard for its parent (which disturbed her a good deal when she had time to think of it); but there were moments when only the recollection of her remorse for her previous outbreak kept her from rending the critic.
Avnet disclaims any proprietary interest in marks other than its own.
Where any livestock strays into another person's land and causes destruction to crops or contaminates any source of water supply, the bill states that the herdsman would be liable to pay damages or compensation to the owner or community with proprietary interest in the land or source of water.
Such "Wallet Injury," (14) the state argues, is a prototypical proprietary interest. Has the state alleged a proprietary interest that suffices for standing purposes?
He noted that even though Oyoo pleaded lack of knowledge, it is also a fact that he had no proprietary interest in the land [parcel no Kisumu Municipality Block 8/307] which he sold to Vallabhdas.
Through this participatory approach, the community acquires a proprietary interest in the project and ensures its sustainability.
Without distinguishing them, religious institutions or private individuals who are founders of sponsored schools will lose their proprietary interest.
the proprietary interest in that title would be indefeasible by virtue of section 132 of the land code,' he stressed.
'Neither NSL held any proprietary interest in the London flat nor did respondent No 1 possess any proprietary interest in NSL, so it was the London flat and not NSL of which respondent No 1 was the real owner, hence he was only obligated to disclose the London flat as his asset, which he did in his nomination form that was filed in the 2002 general elections,' the judge further wrote.
"Therefore, in the cases of Imran Khan Niazi and Jahangir Tareen, their interest in the trust property was in the nature of a proprietary interest that could be disposed of, and constituted as an asset."
ISLAMABAD -- A Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader has said that the interest of Imran Khan and Jehangir Tareen in their trust property was of a proprietary interest that could be disposed of, and constituted an asset.