incorporeal ownership

Definition of "incorporeal ownership"
  1. Possession of a right connected to a material object, instead of the object itself
How to use "incorporeal ownership" in a sentence
  1. He had incorporeal ownership over the right of way on his neighbor's plot.
  2. Despite not owning the land, she had incorporeal ownership of the mineral rights.
  3. The company held incorporeal ownership of the intellectual property rights for the software.

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