air right


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air right

n. often air rights
A right to develop the space above a piece of property, building, or other structure, such as a highway.

air′ right`


n.
a right of way in the airspace above a property, allowing the owner to build in such space, subject to legal restrictions.
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The air right next to the garment is also cooler, and therefore heavier, than the air around it.
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The park district had given the library land for previous expansions but retained the air rights above that property.
The supply of air rights in West Chelsea, the area that covers the High Line and Chelsea Market, has been reduced to a trickle.
The ownership and use of air rights are significant in today's society in the context of view easements, solar access easements, flight path easements, and development rights in the nonnavigable airspace above an owner's land.
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