titularity

titularity

(ˌtɪtjʊˈlærɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being titular
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Seigneurial Titularity, Exploitation and Rents of the Agricultural, Livestock and Forestry Resources of the Basque Country at the End of the Middle Ages
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.
In contrast their educational and material situation was not the best: they lacked of personal patrimony and basic academic formation; extremely busy in travelling to far away villages and the possibility to continue their studies, they hardly could achieve the merits and relationships to ascend to parishes titularity and even less to prebends.
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.