alienable

[eyl-yuh-nuh-buhl, ey-lee-uh-]
adjective Law.
capable of being sold or transferred.

Origin:
1605–15; alien + -able

alienability, noun
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alienable (ˈeɪljənəbəl, ˈeɪlɪə-)
 
adj
law (of property) transferable to another owner
 
aliena'bility
 
n

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Example sentences
Fee interest means an interest in land that is owned in unrestricted fee status, and is thus freely alienable by the fee owner.
Further, a contract for the sale of real estate creates in the purchaser an equitable estate that is alienable by deed.
Such interests shall be alienable only in accordance with such regulations as may be adopted by the tribe.
Riparian rights are not freely alienable in the case of natural lakes.
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