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Explanation: Perhaps I am looking at this in a too simplistic manner but in many a legal contexts I have seen "privatif" used to mean nothing other than "private". In the case of a parcel of co-owned land, "les parties privatives" are the privately owned / private parts of the property.
English:Property Law (Common Law)
Copyright, Patent, and Trademark Law
proprietary claim s
OBS - letters patent, trademarks, copyrights or similar proprietary claims s
OBS - owned by a particular person s