encumbrance

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encumbrance

, incumbrance
Law a burden or charge upon property, such as a mortgage or lien

encumbrance

A restriction on the use of real property, or an obligation to make a payment which is secured by real property and which does not prevent its conveyance.
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And as the Discovery Session 3 was developed 'in house' it was free of political, economic and operational encumberances. Thus, it is not like the expensive proprietary Q Test, and the usage time can be determined by the corporation as it is available 'on the shelf.
He accused the woman of forging official documents by declaring that she was single when they were about to get married and denying any legal encumberances to their marriage.
And as his Father died Intestate and without any encumberances on said estate, thinks the proceedings of his Mother in respect to the sale thereof to be incompatable with the Interests of Her Children.