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The right to the use and profits of something belonging to another.
[Late Latin ūsūfrūctus, variant of Latin ūsusfrūctus : ūsus, use; see usual + frūctus, enjoyment; see fruit.]
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(Law) the right to use and derive profit from a piece of property belonging to another, provided the property itself remains undiminished and uninjured in any way
[C17: from Late Latin ūsūfrūctus, from Latin ūsus use + frūctus enjoyment]
ˌusuˈfructuary n, adj
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u•su•fruct(ˈyu zʊˌfrʌkt, -sʊ-, ˈyuz yʊ-, ˈyus-)
the right to enjoy all the advantages of another's property, provided that such property is not destroyed or damaged.
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the right to enjoy benefits or profits from something, as real property, while not being the owner of it. — usufructuary, n., ad].See also: Property and Ownership
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|Noun||1.||usufruct - a legal right to use and derive profit from property belonging to someone else provided that the property itself is not injured in any way|
legal right - a right based in law
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usufruct[ˈjuːzjʊfrʌkt] N → usufructo m
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n (Jur) → Nutznießung f
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