apparent title

apparent title

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • apparent title — See color of title …   Black's law dictionary

  • title — ti·tle n [Anglo French, inscription, legal right, from Old French, from Latin titulum inscription, chapter heading, part of the law that sanctions an action] 1 a: the means or right by which one owns or possesses property; broadly: the quality of …   Law dictionary

  • apparent — ap·par·ent adj 1: capable of being easily seen, perceived, or discovered apparent defects apparent ambiguity 2: having a right to succeed to a title or estate that cannot be defeated 3: appearing to one s senses and esp. one s vision or to one s… …   Law dictionary

  • Apparent authority — (also called ostensible authority ) relates to the doctrines of the law of agency. It is relevant particularly in corporate law and constitutional law. Apparent authority refers to a situation where a reasonable person would understand that an… …   Wikipedia

  • title — A mark, style, or designation; a distinctive appellation; the name by which anything is known. Thus, in the law of persons, a title is an appellation of dignity or distinction, a name denoting the social rank of the person bearing it; as duke or… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Apparent horizon — An apparent horizon is a surface defined in general relativity as the boundary between light rays which are directed outwards and moving outwards, and those which are directed outwards but moving inwards.Apparent horizons are not invariant… …   Wikipedia

  • apparent — apparently, adv. apparentness, n. /euh par euhnt, euh pair /, adj. 1. readily seen; exposed to sight; open to view; visible: The crack in the wall was readily apparent. 2. capable of being easily perceived or understood; plain or clear; obvious:… …   Universalium

  • apparent — ap•par•ent [[t]əˈpær ənt, əˈpɛər [/t]] adj. 1) readily seen; open to view: The crack in the wall was readily apparent[/ex] 2) capable of being easily understood; obvious: The solution was apparent to all[/ex] 3) according to appearances;… …   From formal English to slang

  • apparent — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French apparant, from Latin apparent , apparens, present participle of apparēre to appear Date: 14th century 1. open to view ; visible 2. clear or manifest to the understanding < reasons th …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Title (property) — Property law Part of t …   Wikipedia

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