jus fruendi

jus fru·​en·​di | \-früˈendē, -ˌdī\

Definition of jus fruendi 

Roman & civil law

: a right of enjoyment of another's property without destroying its substance

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History and Etymology for jus fruendi

Latin, right of enjoying

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