Tithes, levied only on lands held in usufruct, as estates belonging to temples.
Custom may prevent the owner from charging all the usufruct of the agent is worth.
The Turks have no proprietary rights; they merely enjoy the usufruct of their possessions.
The usufruct in this case is divided between the two parties.
He is the administrator of her fortune and has, ipso facto, its usufruct.
Rent is the value of the usufruct of wealth, wages are the value of the usufruct of labor.
Having no sea-coast, Bolivia has no seaport except what may be granted in usufruct by Chile.
The payment affects the proprietary title, but not the usufruct.
It is of no benefit to any of their compatriots; since there is no community of usufruct that touches these gains of the traders.
Thenceforward the land, or the usufruct of it, is appropriated by that man and his heirs.
"right to the use and profits of the property of another without damaging it," 1610s (implied in usufructuary), from Late Latin usufructus, in full usus et fructus "use and enjoyment," from Latin usus "a use" (see use (n.)) + fructus "enjoyment," literally "fruit" (see fruit). Attested earlier in delatinized form usufruit (late 15c.).