Home > Blossary: Dispossess
This is a verb consisting of preposition 'dis' + verb 'possess' which means have, have in one's possession, own, Thus, dispossess means take something from someone, in the sense of remove (removal), deprive of. For ex. upon being applied in Civil Law, for ex. by Court Decision, he/she was dispossessed of ownership, thus tenency, stoppped being official possessor/owner of X immobile. This can happen in Law of Inheritance for some reasons, actually official valid reasons that have to be validated from Court in order to make relative decision. Such decision as above can also apply for half (official/legal) dispossession of immobile, in case for ex. that there are two legal equally inheritants of immobile, and share by half. Or for ex. if one inheritant B is brother/sister of inheritant A, but is stil not adult, and depends on his/her adult brother or sister, who have no parents, and have inherited by 100% an immobile, then inheritant B, upon getting adult, can claim 50% of ownership of immobile, when he/she becomes adult, and this is done by notarized Contract to ensure legally tenency in the long run. Same apply in Civil Law for usefruct, of immobile and relative percentage claimed through Contract, for ex. between a still non adult person, who enjoys money of usefructus, being given by relative A living together, but upon getting adult (legally) and has full right of usefructus, corresponding, to percentage of legal inheritance here, for ex. for a house rent, from which he/she is entitled to usefructus along with brother/sister, (in this case having no parents), through Contract, in the Law of Contracts, as part of Civil Law, he/she can get fully entitled to usefructus of an immobile, officially by Contract, (in Latin Act 'Ad Solemnitatem' thus valid, official Contract, legalized by Notary, being redacted by him/her. So, no legal right of 'possible, potential' dispossession of right can/shoud apply in terms of Law. Unless for ex. brother B, who is adult and inherite a house legally, after for ex. death of mother widow, if and when legally possible can appeal Act of tenency or usefructus of brother/sister, who, when he/she becomes adult can proceed legally redaction of Contract as act of Law, thus legal act, if this person for ex. has partialy mental disorder, and based on opinion of older brother/sister should not be entitled to 50% of tenency or usefructus of immobile, being legal inheritant though, in this case, he/she should claim for partial or full custody, to Court, to 'dispossess'' legally his/her brother sister from right to tenency/usefructus, with official opinion and legal certificate from Psychiatrist in this case, while, if such reason does not actually apply or persist, the other person, B, who is 'now' fully adult, appeal this Act of Dispossession of right of 50% tenency or usefructus, actually by counterclaiming, and should be able to prove legally, and on basis of true facts, that fully justify this appeal, in order to claim the legal percentage of tenency or usefructus to which he/she is 'truly' entitlled as legal inheritant of family property. etc The term dispossess also means 'disalienate/disalienation' as noun, of for ex. immobile property,

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