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someone who holds property by usufruct

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the Regulation stipulates the right of the usufructuary to use the real
Riparian water rights, born in English common law and adopted by the eastern states, gave only those property owners adjacent to surface water usufructuary rights in that water.
Customary Freehold or Usufructuary Rights: The usufructuary title in Ghana is the highest type of land ownership a subject or individual member of a family can hold in stool/skin or family.
226) establishes a property right, not simply a usufructuary interest,
Article 46 of the Hague Relations prohibits the confiscation of private property, and under Article 55, "the occupying State shall be regarded only as administrator and usufructuary of public buildings, real estate, forests, and agricultural estates belonging to the hostile State, and situated in the occupied country.
Ultimately, changes in the doctrine of indigenous usufructuary rights over time suggests that constitutional innovation, not simply incremental judicial decision-making, will be necessary if the two nations wish to address fully some of the historic grievances of indigenous people.
In the final analysis, the "rE[micro]dovans" system -- a usufructuary tenancy that centers on licensing a mine for a certain period of time in return for a percentage of its profits -- which reduces the cost of production of one ton of coal from $140 to $28, was initially introduced by the Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an government.
Nevertheless, with regards a theoretical framework for the ownership of intellectual property, their intangible rights are forms of usufructuary rights within the definition of manfa 'ah' which are "dispensable with their origin and of separate value are capable of being traded separately" (Abdul GhaniAzmi, 1995: 308).
In the United States, most human groundwater use occurs under some sort of claimed property right, with groundwater users claiming either ownership interests in the groundwater beneath their land or usufructuary rights (16) to pump groundwater and put it to use.
Blackstone wrote that water was incapable of purely private ownership, "[f]or water is a movable, wandering thing, and must of necessity continue common by the law of nature; so that I can only have a temporary, transient, usufructuary property therein.
The new land regime attempted to achieve the government's political ends by gradually transforming all farmers, slave or free, into peasant proprietors whose 'traditional' obligation to pay money to the state-understood by the English term 'tax'--stemmed from their investiture with usufructuary rights to land.
171) The idea of "possession" is used restrictively, applied only to owners, because "[t]he Roman probably understood by 'possession' not simply the holding of a thing but rather the holding of a thing in the manner of an owner;" (172) that is, a usufructuary is not in possession of the land he uses.
What is important to highlight from article 27 is the following: 1) the State assumes the role of trustee of the people and it has the authority to transfer property and regulate its uses; 2) the State has the authority to take land whenever the public interest requires it; 3) property rights are not absolute; that is, the landlord owns only usufructuary rights not the physical asset itself.
115) Under this legislation, the government owns all the land, (116) and an individual is only endowed with usufructuary rights.