dominium

dominium
/daminiyam/ In the civil and old English law, ownership; property in the largest sense, including both the right of property and the right of possession or use. The mere right of property, as distinguished from the possession or usufruct. The right which a lord had in the fee of his tenant. Sovereignty or dominion.
@ dominium maris
the sovereignty of the sea
@ dominium directum
/daminiyam darektam/ In the civil law, strict ownership; that which was founded on strict law, as distinguished from equity. In later law, property without use; the right of a landlord. In feudal law, right or proper ownership; the right of a superior or lord, as distinguished from that of his vassal or tenant. The title or property which the sovereign in England is considered as possessing in all the lands of the kingdom, they being holden either immediately or mediately of him as lord paramount
@ dominium directum et utile
/daminiyam darektam et yuwtaliy/ The complete and absolute dominion in property; the union of the title and the exclusive use
@ dominium eminens
/daminiyam emanen(d)z/ Eminent domain
@ dominium non potest esse in pendenti
/daminiyam non powtest esiy in pendentay/ Lordship cannot be in suspense, i.e., property cannot remain in abeyance
@ dominium plenum
/daminiyam pliynam/ Full ownership; the union of the dominium directum with the dominium utile
@ dominium utile
/daminiyam yuwtaliy/ In the civil law, equitable or praetorian ownership; that which was founded on equity. In later law, use without property; the right of a tenant. In feudal law, useful or beneficial ownership; the usufruct, or right to the use and profits of the soil, as distinguished from the dominium directum (q.v.) or ownership of the soil itself; the right of a vassal or tenant
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