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droitural

[ droi-cher-uhl ]
/ ˈdrɔɪ tʃər əl /
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adjective Law.

pertaining to right of ownership as distinguished from right of possession.

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Origin of droitural

1840–50; <French droiture equity, uprightness (see droit, -ure) + -al1
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