unalienated

unalienated

(ʌnˈeɪlɪəˌneɪtɪd)
adj
1. not estranged or alienated in feeling
2. (Law) (of property) not able to have the ownership transferred
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Five parcels of land were allocated to Lima Ltd between 1995 and 1998 by a former lands commissioner, Mr Wilson Gacanja, who according to the court, "without any legal authority, purported to allocate and issue long-term leases in respect to the land." According to the ruling, which was delivered last week, "the commissioner of lands had no authority to alienate the land, as under section 3 of the Government Lands Act the power to alienate unalienated government land lay with the president.
Occupiers attempted to practice what they called "prefiguration," anticipating in their egalitarian interaction the institutions of an unalienated future society.
to land that remains unalienated or alienated for specific purposes only
Her send-up of post-hipster aesthetics, with its fetishes of process, materials, and unalienated labor, was amplified in the wordless video Red Sourcebook, 2018.
Unalienated relations within roles are those wherein relations of appropriation are undisturbed.
(115) They recommended that the Act be introduced as a matter of urgency as it would empower the already existing Division of Forestry to supervise and take care of all forests on unalienated land.
As Glowczewski notes, the year of her arrival in Lajamanu, 1979, coincided with the grant of Aboriginal freehold title under the Aboriginal Lands Right (Northern Territory) Act 1976 to most of the ancestral Warlpiri lands south of Lajamanu unalienated by pastoral and special purpose leases.
In placing a reserve on the unalienated land along this waterway (again its timber could still be cut), the BC government explained that it was doing so "with a view to conserving, as far as possible, the water of said Creek, and keeping the same free from all impurities." (34)
Prompted by a "friendly vision" which "with golden promise chears my heart again," the narrator conjures up a paean to the divine creator, sung by "radiant spirits," the gathered nations "from yet unalienated lands," beasts and birds and even the leaves whose surfaces echo the sound.
Kaufman suggests that "Mill's ideal of the good life is more like Marx's conception of unalienated man than it is like Bentham's happy man" (1971, 202).
One interviewee asked, "while I'm generating substantial results for them [an employer], what would that do if I was generating those same results for myself?" This interviewee communicated the assumption that entrepreneurial work necessarily places the individual in control of their means of production, leading to an unalienated form of work and resulting in greater degrees of working satisfaction (Hope and Richards, 2015).