Definition of Usufructuary. Meaning of Usufructuary. Synonyms of Usufructuary

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Definition of Usufructuary

Usufructuary
Usufructuary U`su*fruc"tu*a*ry, n. [L. usufructuarius.] (Law) A person who has the use of property and reaps the profits of it. --Wharton.
Usufructuary
Usufructuary U`su*fruc"tu*a*ry, a. (Law) Of or pertaining to a usufruct; having the nature of a usufruct. The ordinary graces bequeathed by Christ to his church, as the usufructuary property of all its members. --Coleridge.

Meaning of Usufructuary from wikipedia

- group of persons uses the real property (often land) of another. The "usufructuary" does not own the property, but does have an interest in it, which is...
- in the exercise of rights by the owner of the usufructuary right. There are several types of usufructuary rights. These include the right to land contractual...
- nudus dominus ‘bare owner’ (= remainderman, reversioner) usufructuariususufructuary’ (= life tenant) via executoria executorial way Non-judicial foreclosure...
- few decades, another family or clan may then use the land and claim usufructuary rights. In such a system there is typically no market in farmland, so...
- Ius in re inhaerit ossibus usufructarii: "A real right attaches to the usufructuary". ius Property law Black's Law Dictionary (Second Edition 1910) (public...
- death, but wants the property to go to someone other than the usufructuary. The usufructuary may use and enjoy the property, which can be either movable...
- the usufructuary, are possessors; the owner who lets and lends for use, the heir who is to come into possession on the death of a usufructuary, are proprietors...
- both a usufructuary and a fiduciary have the use and enjoyment of the property for their lifetime; they differ in that, whereas a usufructuary can never...
- over the land from a people who only had sovereignty as a "personal and usufructuary right, dependent upon the good will of the Sovereign" in the Royal Proclamation...
- 172 (1999), was a United States Supreme Court decision concerning the usufructuary rights of the Ojibwe (Chippewa) tribe to certain lands it had ceded to...