in rem


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in rem

 (ĭn rĕm′)
adv. & adj. Law
Against a thing, such as a piece of property, as in a lawsuit establishing its ownership.

[Late Latin : Latin in, against + Latin rem, accusative of rēs, thing, matter.]

in rem

(ɪn ˈrɛm)
adj
(Law) law (of a judicial act) directed against property rather than against a specific person. Compare in personam
[Latin, literally: against the matter]

in rem

(ɪn ˈrɛm)

adv., adj.
(of a legal proceeding or judgment) directed against a thing, rather than against a person, as a legal proceeding for the recovery of property. Compare in personam.
[1880–85; < Latin: literally, against (the) thing]
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$1.6 billion is slated to be invested in these properties over the next 10 years on 37,400 in rem units.
Does he wonder (as many of us do) if these developments aren't forerunners of the type of rental housing events the city experienced in prior decades -- 10 to 20 years ago - when the city's in rem takings soared to 10,000-30,000 units?
Another emerges from ' reading" between the lines of a Channel 2 TV report that focused on scandalous problems the City's Department of Housing Preservation and Development is having in renovating in rem apartment buildings.
Subsequently, during the program, an owner in the audience interrupted the proceedings and explained that she was operating several small apartment buildings, and feared losing them to the in rem process because of the cost of paying taxes and meeting city environmental requirements.
Harold Shultz, deputy commissioner for Intergovernmental Relations at Housing Preservation and Development, was called on the carpet for the 10-year rehabilitation program scheduled for the city's owned housing, primarily obtained by in rem procedures.
Additionally, building owners complain they sometimes do not receive notices of in rem proceedings until the tenants themselves are notified to send rentals to the city.
Marton, the assistant corporation counsel in charge of in rem, the owner would agree to pay off the deliquency outstanding at the time the agreement is made, with the time period for repayment being equal to twice the number of quarters in arrears.
The changes in REM sleep were very tightly linked to the deficiency in the regulation of the stress hormone corticosterone.
He noted that for every 1 percent drop in REM sleep, the seniors in his study saw their dementia and Alzheimer's disease risk go up by about 9 percent.
In REM sleep, hypotonia of upper airway muscles increases the risk for upper airway obstruction [8].
The people who developed dementia spent an average of 17 percent of their sleep time in REM sleep, compared to 20 percent for those who did not develop dementia.
In order to properly describe the relationship, if any, between learning and REM sleep, it will first be necessary to provide an explanation of what is currently known about memory, the related neural processes that occur in REM sleep and discuss recently published studies that provide us with information on what we now know about REM sleep and memory.