power in gross

Definition of "power in gross"
  1. A type of authority that can only be used by the recipient to create estates that don't connect to the property the recipient has, or be fulfilled out of the recipient's personal interest
How to use "power in gross" in a sentence
  1. The power in gross was given to the manager to create new estates separate from his owned assets.
  2. By exercising her power in gross, she managed to add value to the organization without using her personal interest.
  3. When the property was transferred, the power in gross was also bestowed, allowing for the creation of new estates.

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