Incorporeal Right

Business / Real Estate / Incorporeal Right: A nonpossessory right in real estate, for example, an easement or a right of-way.

Other Words for Right

Right Adverb Synonyms: well, satisfactorily, advantageously, profitably, favourably, opportunely
Right Noun Synonyms: sound, sane, normal, rational, lucid, healthy
Right Verb Synonyms: just, moral, good, proper, correct, legal, lawful, licit, honest, upright, righteous, virtuous, ethical, fair, true, honourable, right-minded, principled, open, above-board
Right Adjective Synonyms: rightist, right-wing, conservative, reactionary, Tory
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Right Wing

Entertainment / Ice Hockey / Right Wing: The forward who lines up and operates primarily on the right side of the ice, usually a right-handed shooter. MORE

Right To Use (Rtu)

Life Style / Time Shares / Right To Use (Rtu): A lease agreement granting use of a timeshare property for a specific time period. The management company or the resort developer retains ownership of the actual physical property itself, though the r MORE

Right To Use

Life Style / Time Shares / Right To Use: An alternative to a deeded timeshare, a right-to-use product is made by an owner agreement granting the owner access to the resort(s). The agreement could be perpetual or for a finite number of years. MORE

Right Of Survivorship

Business / Real Estate / Right Of Survivorship: The distinctive characteristics of a joint tenancy (also tenancy by entirety) by which the surviving joint tenant(s) succeeds to all right, title and interest of the deceased joint tenant without the MORE

Right-Lateral Fault

Science / Geology / Right-Lateral Fault: A fault with horizontal movement. If you are standing on one side of the fault and look across it, the block on the opposite side of the fault has moved to the right. (Also see Left-Lateral Fault.) MORE

Right-Of-Way

Business / Real Estate / Right-Of-Way: The right given by one landowner to another to pass over the land, construct a roadway or use as a pathway, without actually transferring ownership. MORE

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