Ius in re , or jus in re , under civil law , more commonly referred to as a real right or right in rem , is a right in property, known as an interest under common law. A real right vests in a person with respect to property, inherent in his relation to it, and is good against the world erga omnes. The primary real right is ownership dominium freehold, leasehold, commonhold. Whether possession possessio is recognized as a real right, or merely as a source of certain powers and actions, depends on the legal system at hand.
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