precarious possession

Definition of "precarious possession"
  1. The exercise of control over a property on behalf of or with permission from the owner, often by an individual such as a tenant, as it applies in the civil law of Louisiana
How to use "precarious possession" in a sentence
  1. In certain instances, a leaser exercising precarious possession may have limited rights over the property.
  2. She realized that as a lessee, her control over the house was a clear case of precarious possession.
  3. The concept of precarious possession is recognized in the civil law of Louisiana, outlining the conditions under which one can exercise control over another's property with their consent.

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