"in rem" meaning in English

See in rem in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

Etymology: Latin in rem (“against the thing”). Etymology templates: {{bor|en|la|in rem|lit|against the thing}} Latin in rem (“against the thing”) Head templates: {{en-adj|-|nolinkhead=1}} in rem (not comparable)
  1. (law) Against a thing (such as property) rather than a person. Tags: not-comparable Categories (topical): Law Synonyms: in-rem
    Sense id: en-in_rem-en-adj-YpSp1pll Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, Latin links with ignored alt parameters Topics: law

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