English translation: Emphyteusis / Law of Emphyteusis
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'in Roman law, a perpetual right to a piece of land, for which a yearly sum was paid to the proprietor'.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary: 'a kind of conditional grant of a right to the possession and enjoyment of land; also, the right so granted, or the tenure by which it is held'.