absolute fee

Definition of "absolute fee"
  1. Refers to a type of ownership where no limitations or restrictions are placed on the ability to transfer the property to others
How to use "absolute fee" in a sentence
  1. After signing the deed, the new owner had an absolute fee over the property.
  2. The absolute fee allows the property owner to freely transfer ownership.
  3. In the case of absolute fee, the owner holds complete rights to the property with no restrictions on transferring it.

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