jus ad rem

Definition of "jus ad rem"
  1. A personal privilege to control an asset, typically resulting from a legal agreement like a lease
How to use "jus ad rem" in a sentence
  1. The tenant has jus ad rem over the apartment during the rental period.
  2. In the sale agreement, the buyer obtained jus ad rem for the car until the full payment is made.
  3. Even though the painting is in the museum, the artist retains jus ad rem.

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