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Usufruct vs. Usufructuary

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Usufructnoun

(law) The legal right to use and derive profit or benefit from property that belongs to another person, as long as the property is not damaged.

Usufructuaryadjective

(law) Of or pertaining to a usufruct.

Usufructverb

To use and derive profit or benefit from property that belongs to another person.

Usufructuarynoun

(law) A person who holds property, or the use of assets, by usufruct; a fructuary.

Usufructnoun

The right of using and enjoying the profits of an estate or other thing belonging to another, without impairing the substance.

Usufructuarynoun

A person who has the use of property and reaps the profits of it.

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Usufructnoun

a legal right to use and derive profit from property belonging to someone else provided that the property itself is not injured in any way

Usufructuaryadjective

Of or pertaining to a usufruct; having the nature of a usufruct.

β€˜The ordinary graces bequeathed by Christ to his church, as the usufructuary property of all its members.’;

Usufruct

Usufruct () is a limited real right (or in rem right) found in civil-law and mixed jurisdictions that unites the two property interests of usus and fructus: Usus (use) is the right to use or enjoy a thing possessed, directly and without altering it. Fructus (fruit, in a figurative sense) is the right to derive profit from a thing possessed: for instance, by selling crops, leasing immovables or annexed movables, taxing for entry, and so on.A usufruct is either granted in severalty or held in common ownership, as long as the property is not damaged or destroyed.

Usufructuarynoun

someone who holds property by usufruct

Usufructuaryadjective

of or relating to the nature of a usufruct

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