1) собственность; право собственности
2) объект права собственности, имущество, вещь
3) истор. владение (территория, зависимая от метрополии)

property forfeit to the state — имущество, конфискованное государством;

property given to charity — имущество, предоставленное для благотворительных целей;

property in action — право, могущее быть основанием для иска, имущество, заключающееся в требовании;

property in movable things — собственность на движимое имущество, движимая собственность;

property taken for public use — имущество, изъятое для общественных нужд

- abutting property
- adjacent property
- adjudicated property
- after-acquired property
- agrarian property
- agricultural property
- ancestral property
- artistic property
- associate property
- burglarized property
- common property
- communal property
- community property
- contiguous property
- contraband property
- corporate property
- corporeal property
- cultural property
- demesnial property
- disputed property
- distrained property
- dotal property
- enemy property
- entailed property
- fixed property
- fronting and abutting property
- funded property
- general property
- governmental property
- government property
- heirless property
- illicit property
- immovable property
- impartiable property
- incorporeal property
- industrial property
- insured property
- intangible property
- intellectual property
- intestate property
- joint property
- landed property
- leasehold property
- licit property
- literary property
- matrimonial property
- movable property
- non-governmental property
- ownerless property
- paraphernal property
- personal property
- pledged property
- private property
- public property
- qualified property
- real property
- separate property
- special property
- state property
- stolen property
- tangible property
- territorial property
- adjoining property
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Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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