the absence of term

03:35 Dec 9, 2016
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English to Chinese translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Patents, Trademarks, Copyright / Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence
English term or phrase: the absence of term
“Ownership” in A. G. Guest (ed.), Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence (Oxford: Clarendon, 1961) 107,113 (the right to possess, use, manage, receive income, to capital, to security; the power of transmissibility; the absence of term; the prohibition on harmful use; liability to execution; and the incident of residuarity).

Could you understand the phrase of "the absence of term" in English? Could you translate it into Chinese, if possible.

When you give an explanation or translation, please make sure it is logical.

Thank you in advance.
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5 +1无期限性
Jessica Peng
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Frank Feng



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Just a thought FYR

Frank Feng
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Asker: It is not logical.

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the right to possess:占有权;
the right to use:使用权;
the right to manage:经营管理权;
the right to receive income:收益权;
the right to security:安全保障权;
the power of transmissibility:可继承的权利;
the absence of term:无期限性;
the prohibition on harmful use:有害使用之禁止;
liability to execution:被执行的责任;
the incident of residuary:剩余权。

Jessica Peng
Local time: 11:36
Native speaker of: Chinese
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Asker: You are not a professional translator with many errors in the answers.

Asker: But you got the meaning of "the absence of term"

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