Capable of being legally transferred from one person or entity to another.
The word 'alienable' is derived from the latin word 'alienare' which means 'to transfer ownership'. the first recorded use of the term in english was in the 15th century.
- The alienable property could be sold, traded or given away as the owner saw fit.
- The alienable rights were protected under the constitution, ensuring that citizens could transfer their property and other assets as they wished.
- The alienable nature of the land made it possible for settlers to claim new territories and build homes and communities.
- The alienable assets were considered an important part of an individual's wealth and financial security.
- The alienable property was subject to taxes, fees, and other regulations, just like any other form of property.