Definition of encumbrance. Meaning of encumbrance. Synonyms of encumbrance

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Definition of encumbrance

encumbrance
Incumbrance In*cum"brance, n. [See Encumbrance.] [Written also encumbrance.] 1. A burdensome and troublesome load; anything that impedes motion or action, or renders it difficult or laborious; clog; impediment; hindrance; check. --Cowper. 2. (Law) A burden or charge upon property; a claim or lien upon an estate, which may diminish its value.
Encumbrance
Encumbrance En*cum"brance, n. [Cf. OF. encombrance. Cf. Incumbrance.] 1. That which encumbers; a burden which impedes action, or renders it difficult and laborious; a clog; an impediment. See Incumbrance. 2. (Law) Same as Incumbrance. Syn: Burden; clog; impediment; check; hindrance.

Meaning of encumbrance from wikipedia

- An en****brance is a right to, interest in, or legal liability on property that does not prohibit p****ing title to the property but that may diminish its...
- The patent en****brance of large automotive NiMH batteries refers to allegations that corporate interests have used the patent system to prevent the commercialization...
- system at hand. Subordinate or limited real rights generally refer to en****brances, rights of use and security interests. The term right in rem is derived...
- used to state that the owner of real property owns it free and clear of en****brances. In a more limited sense, it is used to state that, although the owner...
- contracted to sell it to another. Covenant Against En****brances: Seller promises that there are no en****brances, other than those that have been previously disclosed...
- clause 9, the seller warrants that the vessel is free from all charters, en****brances, mortgages and maritime liens or any other debts whatsoever at the time...
- long title "An Act to simplify the Laws relating to the transfer and en****brance of freehold and other interests in Land". After being introduced as a...
- renting, are an important intersection of property and contract law. En****brance on the land rights of one, such as an ea****t, may constitute the land...
- grantee that the title is clear or that the grantor has not placed any en****brance against the title. Because of this lack of warranty, quitclaim deeds...
- law Chattel mortgage Deed, the mortgage do****ent Hypothec, a specie of en****brance Mortgage (film), a 1990 Australian drama film Security interest This...