cum onere

With the burden; that is, with whatever disadvantages or incumbrances that may be connected with the enjoyment of the right. See Dugan v Bridge Co. 27 Pa 303.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • cum onere — /kam ownariy/ With the burden; subject to an incumbrance or charge. What is taken cum. onere is taken subject to an existing burden or charge …   Black's law dictionary

  • terra transit cum onere — /tehra traenzat kam ownariy/ Land passes with the incumbrances …   Black's law dictionary

  • transit terra cum onere — /traenzat tehra kam ownariy/ Land passes subject to any burden affecting it …   Black's law dictionary

  • Terra transit cum onere — Land passes with its burdens …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Transit terra cum onere — The land passes with its burden or encumbrance. The maxim presupposes a transfer of the land, and when that actually takes place, it forms the medium of a privity between the assignees. See Mygatt v Coe, 124 NY 212, 26 NE 611 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • res transit cum suo onere — /riyz trsenzst kam s(y)uwow ownsriy/ The thing passes with its burden. Where a thing has been incumbered by mortgage, the incumbrance follows it wherever it goes …   Black's law dictionary

  • Res transit cum suo onere — The property passes with its burden, rest, residue, and remainder, See residuary clause …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Mediatisirte — Mediatisirte, deutsche reichsständische Familien, denen bei Bildung der neueren Staatenverhältnisse ihre frühere Reichsunmittelbarkeit, jedoch mit Reservation bestimmter ausgezeichneter Rechte, genommen wurde, u. welche mit ihrem Besitz an Land u …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • encumbrance — en·cum·brance also in·cum·brance /in kəm brəns/ n: a claim (as a lien) against property; specif: an interest or right (as an easement or a lease) in real property that may diminish the value of the estate but does not prevent the conveyance of… …   Law dictionary

  • BENAVIDII — quod nomen illustris in Hispania Familiae est, originem suam referunt ad Ioh. Alfonsum Dn. de Benavides, filium naturalem Alfonsi VII. Regis, Patrem Petri Alfonsi de Benavides: qui cum onere suscipiendi nominis heredem instituit consobrinum… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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