titularity

titularity

(ˌtɪtjʊˈlærɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being titular
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The possible titularity of the television rights of the sportsman who takes part in a sporting event could be based on the intellectual property or those of the personality, particularly regarding its right to the image.
The Catholic teaching used to maintain that Judaism meant impiety, which explains why the term infidelis was ascribed to the Jew according to the rules of the Polish social strata titularity.
Chapters 8 through 10 (which constitute the more "constructive" part of the book) examine the contribution of other orientations that have reinforced pluralization: analysis of intentionality; the immediacy and privacy, individuality and "titularity" of the mental.