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extralateral right

noun ex·tra·lat·er·al right \ˌek-strə-ˈla-tə-rəl-\

Legal Definition of extralateral right

  1. :  the right of the holder of a mining claim on public land to mine veins whose tops are present on the surface of the claim even though the veins extend under the surface outside of the claim

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to cast off or become cast off

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