Allodially

Al`lo´di`al`ly


adv.1.By allodial tenure.
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Holding land allodially allows one to become self-possessed, and self-possession allows one to-become a public person, an agent, not a servant.
The customary freehold, or usufruct, is an interest held by individuals or groups in land that is held allodially by a chief, clan, or other owner.