Dominium directum et utile
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Dominium directum et utile is a Latin legal term referring to the "complete and absolute dominion [in property]"; i.e. the union of the title and the exclusive use. See Fairfax's Devisee v Hunter's Lessee (US) 7 Cranch 603, 618, 3 L Ed 453, 458.
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