proprietary right

proprietary right

a right over or in respect of property that can be asserted against others, that is not personal to a given individual but that exists by reason of and as an incident to ownership of other property.
References in classic literature ?
Though she did not know it, she had a feeling in him of proprietary right. Also, he had a tonic effect upon her.
There were no hedges, no signs of proprietary rights, no evidences of agriculture; the whole earth had become a garden.
Politicians don't attack the BBC only because they consider they have a proprietary right over it.
to supply the Contracting Authority with the technical gases listed in Appendix 2 of the Tender Documentation packaged in bottles and transfer to the Contracting Authority the proprietary right to these technical gases; and
'Most governments where indigenous communities exist give usufructuary rights to their inhabitants on areas traditionally occupied by them, but here in Sarawak, under Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) government, territorial domain is to be given the force of law and legally recognised as having a proprietary right.
However proprietary right of the said land will remain with agriculture Department but the affairs of the club will be under control of the sports Department.
He said that government initiated the Real Property Protection (RPP) Bill in 2016 and Governor Abiola Ajimobi gave assent to it on February 9, 2017 after which it was passed into law to curb the menace of land grabbers, explaining that Section 3 of the RPP law provides that no person shall use force or self-help to take over any real property or engage in any act inconsistent with the proprietary right of the owner or occupant in the state.
Also, noninclusion of a technological advantage or proprietary right could be another ground.
Washington, which has no proprietary right, is executing a plan on behalf of somebody else who has no such right either," Zarif wrote on his Twitter account on Wednesday.
"There are no compelling practical reasons that support the existence of a proprietary right -- indeed, practical considerations militate against it."
With respect to the phrase "profits as they arise," Mann asked, "Whose profits are they?" To find the answer, he analyzed various findings in the Memec plc case6 and concluded that a proprietary right in the underlying property is a very significant factor in determining whether one has a proprietary right to the profits as they arise.
The judge said he showed "arrogance" towards women and a "proprietary right" to sleep with them.