property propter privilegium

Property by reason of privilege. The term is applied to that qualified property which a person may have in animals ferae naturae, by reason of his exclusive right or privilege of hunting them. See 2 Bl Comm 394.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • property propter privilegium — /propartiy proptar privaliyj(iy)am/ A qualified property in animals ferae naturae; i.e., a privilege of hunting, taking, and killing them, in exclusion of others …   Black's law dictionary

  • propter privilegium — By reason of his privilege. A man may have a qualified property in wild animals because of his privilege (propter privilegium). That is, he may have the privilege of hunting and killing them to the exclusion of other persons. See 2 Bl Comm 394.… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • privilegium, property propter — /propartiy proptar privaliyj(iy)am/ A qualified property in animals ferae naturae; i.e., a privilege of hunting, taking, and killing them, in exclusion of others …   Black's law dictionary

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