Definition of IMPRESCRIPTIBILITY


IMPRESCRIPTIBILITY

The state of being incapable of prescription.

2. A property which is held in trust is imprescriptible; that
is the trustee cannot acquire a title to it by prescription; nor
can the borrower of a thing get a right to it by any lapse of
time, unless he claims an adverse right to it during the time
required by law.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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