fee patent

Definition of "fee patent"
  1. A legal document provided by the U.S. government that transfers complete property rights, without any limitations or conditions, to an individual or entity
How to use "fee patent" in a sentence
  1. After months of processing, they finally received their fee patent from the U.S. government.
  2. The fee patent proved their absolute ownership of the land.
  3. A fee patent is needed to establish full and unrestricted property rights.

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