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  • National Law

    National Law in Europe Interaction Between Union Law and National LawContent about National Law from the publication The ABC of European Union law (2010, European Union) by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt. This aspect of the relationship between Union law and national law covers those areas where the […]

  • Vested

    Definition of Vested An estate is said to be vested in possession when it gives a present right to the immediate possession of property ; while an estate which gives a present right to the future possession of property is said to be vested in interest Browse You might be interested in these […]

  • Use

    Definition of Use The technical noun use is derived from the Latin opus (benefit). It is a word which, as Maitland says, has mistaken its c vn origin.Before 1536, if A conveyed land by feoffment to B, with the intention, express or implied, that B should not hold it for his own benefit, but […]

  • Title

    Definition of Title (1) The right to ownership of property ; a vestitive fact (Salmond). A title may be : (a) original, where the person entitled does not take from any predecessor, e.g., a patent, copyright, etc. ; and (b) derivative, where the person entitled takes the place of a […]

  • Title

    Definition of Title (1) The right to ownership of property ; a vestitive fact (Salmond). A title may be : (a) original, where the person entitled does not take from any predecessor, e.g., a patent, copyright, etc. ; and (b) derivative, where the person entitled takes the place of a […]

  • Term Of Years

    Definition of Term Of Years An estate or interest in land limited to a fixed number of years, as in the case of an ordinary lease for seven years. A long term of years is often granted as security for the performance of an obligation; e.g., to secure portions to younger children under a […]

  • Representation

    Definition of Representation (1) One person is said to represent another when he takes his place. Thus, an agent represents his principal, and an executor his testator.In intestacy, the rule of representation is that by which the children or other descendants of a deceased person who, if he […]

  • Representation

    Definition of Representation (1) One person is said to represent another when he takes his place. Thus, an agent represents his principal, and an executor his testator.In intestacy, the rule of representation is that by which the children or other descendants of a deceased person who, if he […]

  • Railway

    Definition of Railway And Canal Commission A Court established by the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888. It consists of two non-judicial commissioners, and three cr officio commissioners, consisting of an English, Scotch and Irish Judge acting in their respective countries. The Commission […]

  • Railway

    Definition of Railway And Canal Commission A Court established by the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888. It consists of two non-judicial commissioners, and three cr officio commissioners, consisting of an English, Scotch and Irish Judge acting in their respective countries. The Commission […]