altius tollendi

(Civil law.) An easement by which the height of one's buildings was unlimited.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • altius tollendi — /jfelsh(i)yas talenday/ In the civil law, a servitude which consists in the right, to him who is entitled to it, to build his house as high as he may think proper. In general, however, every one enjoys this privilege, unless he is restrained by… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Altĭus tollendi jus — (Rechtsw.), das Recht, höher als das Nachbarhaus bauen zu dürfen; Gegensatz: Servitus altius non tollendi, s. Servitut …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Altĭus tollendi jus — (lat.), das Recht, in Bezug auf des Nachbars Haus höher bauen zu dürfen; Altius non tollendi servitus (lat.), das Recht, je nach der Vereinbarung dem Nachbar das Höherbauen seines Hauses schlechthin oder nur das Bauen über eine gewisse Höhe… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Altius tollendi jus — Altius tollendi jus, lat., das Recht eines Hausbesitzers höher zu bauen …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • altius non tollendi — See light or prospect. Collins dictionary of law. W. J. Stewart. 2001 …   Law dictionary

  • altius non tollendi — /aelsWDyas non talenday/ In the civil law, a servitude due by the owner of a house, by which he is restrained from building beyond a certain height …   Black's law dictionary

  • altius non tollendi — (Civil law.) An easement restraining the height of one s buildings …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • altius non tollendi — ˈältēəs.ˌnōn.təˈlen(ˌ)dē noun Etymology: Latin, of not raising higher : the right to restrain another from building higher than a certain limit …   Useful english dictionary

  • servitus altius non tollendi — /sarvatas aelsh(iy)as non tolenday/ The servitude of not building higher. A right attached to a house, by which its proprietor can prevent his neighbor from building his own house higher …   Black's law dictionary

  • servitus altius non tollendi — (Civil law.) The easement or servitude of not being free to build any higher than the buildings of one s neighbor …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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