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incorporeal

Legal Definition of incorporeal

Adjective

  1. Legal rights which are intangible such as copyrights or patents.

Definition of incorporeal

Adjective

incorporeal (comparative more incorporeal, superlative most incorporeal)

  1. Having no material form or substance.
  2. (law) Relating to an asset that does not have a material form; such as a patent.

Antonyms

  • corporeal

References:

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