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allodial

(əˈləʊdɪəl)
adj
1. (Historical Terms) (of land) held as an allodium
2. (Historical Terms) (of tenure) characterized by or relating to the system of holding land in absolute ownership: the allodial system.
3. (Historical Terms) (of people) holding an allodium
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(314) Bogue advanced a range of OPCA concepts, such as: "the common law of the land" is a form of supra-constitutional authority; governments are corporations; the father as "sovereign" had "an allodial land claim that reaches back to the Saxon kings and Magna Carta"; and Canada is "null and void" because the Queen had been convicted in 2013 of murdering thousands of Aboriginal children.
In some places, although not in post-Conquest England, lords had full (allodial) rights over their land, but most actual landholders were vassals.
allodial, however, the state merely takes the estate as 'ultimate
Building Regulation, Market Alternatives, and Allodial Policy.
14 March 2016 - UK-based self-storage group Safestore Holdings plc has entered into a put and call option agreement to acquire UK-based Space Maker Stores Ltd from Allodial Capital Ltd and James Elton, the company said.
Allodial Title Rights: The allodial interest is the highest interest or right that exists in customary land, which is not subject to any restrictions on the rights of users or obligations other than restrictions or obligations, which are imposed by statute.
La tierra pertenecia en ultimo termino al rey como senor primario (allodial title o allodial right).
Edmund Pendleton of Virginia asked Jefferson about the issue of allodial land tenure versus feudal, that is, whether farmers should own the land they work or farm the land as tenants of the state or of large landholders.
Under colonial rule, when violence was ruled out, new sovereign (allodial) titles could no longer be created; officials assumed that 'tribes' had been in place since time immemorial, and that their internal and external relations were governed by tradition, but in practice old titles could be challenged, transferred or renegotiated by advancing convincing narratives about long-ago events.
Sodano retraces the Acqua viva's material life through a thorough examination of the various components of their allodial properties, namely livestock holdings, the furniture in their homes and even their book collection, which was located in the Giulianova residence, not the palace in Naples, and the composition of which accurately mirrors the family's tastes, choices and interests in the cultural field (5) as well as in others.
492, 501 (1863) (holding that all property in Pennsylvania is allodial "purged of all the rubbish of the dark ages, excepting only the feudal names of things not any longer feudal").
(1997) "Market-Regulatory Alternatives." In Building Regulation, Market Alternatives, and Allodial Policy, 81-114.