Latin Legal Terms

Ad usuam proprium

Ad usuam proprium – it means “for personal usage”. The Real Estate Law for example, establishes several servitudes, easements and rights that are for personal use only (like the right to live in somebody’s premises, or the right to use the neighbor’s water).

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