contractual right of use

noun

  • Contract Law

Definitions of contractual right of use

  • a right given in an agreement for someone to use something that belongs to another person, eg a right to access land or a right to use an asset (=something owned by someone, such as money, property or land) etc

    The bank exercised its contractual right of use over the assets.

Phrase Bank for contractual right of use

  • A purely contractual right of use would, when exercised, operate to exclude or postpone the enforcement by the collateral-provider of his right on redemption.

  • The right can be actual ownership, a usufructuary right, or a contractual right of use.

  • A lease is both a contractual right of use and a conveyance of a “leasehold” interest in property.

  • The associated Commission guidelines are clearly based on the notion of a licence as a contractual right of use.

  • Therefore the same rules must apply in case the excess of permission was conducted not by a licensee but by the holder of another contractual right of use.

  • If anything, a contractual right of use in existence before marriage would be strengthened by marriage.

  • The member will usually enjoy a contractual right of use over the assets.

  • NOE affirms that it is the owner of the contractual right of use and is therefore entitled to grant the user the right to use the Calculation App

  • Prior thereto the Customer shall only have a temporary contractual right of use that is revocable under subs. 2.9.2. 2.9.2 .

  • In that event, copying the software surreptitiously may have been the only means available to Payday to exercise its contractual right of use.