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Real Right

In Louisiana law, any right attached to a property rather than a person. For example, the owner of a property with real rights has usufruct as well as the ability to borrow against the property. Real rights may attach to both real estate and movable property.
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The applicable law chosen upon agreement of the spouses may be used in resolving a dispute related to real rights in immovable property only in the event if the requirements of public registration of this property and of the real rights therein, as determined by the law of the state where the property is located, were complied with.
Principal real rights, Hamangiu Publishing House, Bucharest, 2007
This trend is primarily a result of a shift in jobs from high-wage unionized sectors to low-wage unorganized sectors in the absence of real rights for workers to organize; downward pressure on wages, benefits, and union strength across the economy resulting from employers' increased bargaining power due to threats of offshoring; and the increased income and assets of wealthy Americans due to increased corporate profits resulting from trade and capital mobility.
God willing, Bahraini people will achieve victory in their popular movement and will obtain their real rights," Ayatollah Golpayegani said in a meeting with Bahraini clerics on Sunday.
He said that Islam have bestowed real rights to women some 1400 years ago.
The UN and activists, however, have inflated them over the years to cover ideas ranging from housing to a clean environment -- perversely threatening real rights.
The primary mission of the Direction des registres et de la certification (DRC) of the Ministere de la Justice is to contribute to the security of transactions relating to personal and moveable real rights as well as a number of property rights and to participate in providing greater transparency of government institutions by maintaining registers that include the Register of personal and moveable real rights (RDPRM) (http://www.
Just imagine, while their peers abroad are playing at war on their computers, these kids are handed real guns and tanks along with the power to use them on an occupied captive people without any real rights.
They asked for real responsibility from the applicants and provided some real rights .
She said, "This malaise that children and young people don't have real rights has spread throughout our culture.
Real rights, universal rights, unalienable rights, rights which the state is obliged to protect, are given in our sanctity; and these, no state, no human agency, or whatever, can take away.