alienation

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The state of being alienated
The act of alienating

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Emotional isolation or dissociation
estrangement
The feeling that you are separated from something Marx uses it to talk about how workers feel alone and separated from what they make
Separation; in Marx, alienation means the separation from the results of our labour and activity, as well as from others in society, and from our human nature
A feeling of powerlessness and estrangement from other people and from oneself
{n} a making over, a selling, a change
The transfer of property and possession of lands, or other things from one person to another
Alienation is when landowners grant certain rights of their land to another person For example: selling land gives the new owner the ownership rights leasing land gives the lessee a limited right to occupy land in return for payment of rent (and other conditions) mortgaging land gives the mortgagee the right to sell the land if the mortgage is not repaid (Refer to section 4 of the Act )
Definition of Alienation: Alienation is a Marxist term Alienation is the subjugation of people by the artificial creations of people "which have assumed the guise of independent things " Because products are thought of as commodities with money prices, the social process of trade and exchange becomes driven by forces operating independently of human will like natural laws (Econterms) Terms related to Alienation: None About Com Resources on Alienation: None Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Alienation: Books on Alienation: None Journal Articles on Alienation: None
the feeling of being alienated from other people
Harsh tactics used by conventional collection agencies in an attempt to salvage and collect bad debts Those tactics cause the debtor to get mad at the credit grantor, and the credit grantor loses any future business from that debtor/customer NRC uses collection tactics designed to educate debtors regarding their payment responsibilities to prevent alienation and to get the customer back into the credit grantor's business (if the creditor wishes them to return)
transfer of property and possession of lands, or other things from one person to another
Voluntary conveyance of a property from one person to another by means of transfer of title and possession
Communist term for the characteristic dissociation of wage laborers (proletarians) both from the product of their labor (which the capitalist owner of the means and forces of production expropriates) and the labor process (which the capitalist owner controls and dictates) under the capitalist system of production
the transfer of ownership or an interest in property from one person to another, by any means
The act of transferring ownership, title or an interest or estate in real property from one person to another Property is usually sold or conveyed by voluntary alienation, as with a deed or assignment of lease Involuntary alienation takes place when property is sold against the owner's will, as in a foreclosure sale or a tax sale (See alienation clause)
separation resulting from hostility
Unlawfully transferring records or losing custody of them to an unauthorized organization or person
Alienation is the separation of humankind from its labor Banking Education: In the "banking" method of education passive learners receive deposits of pre-selected, ready-made knowledge The learner's mind is seen as an empty vault into which the riches of approved knowledge are placed
The transfer of title to property from one party to another
The transfer of property from one party to another Alienation can be voluntary, as by a gift or sale, or involuntary, as by adverse possession or eminent domain
The transferring of property to another; the transfer of property and possession of lands, or other things, from one person to another
Assignment of benefits; the voluntary partition of a participant's vested account balance between a participant and spouse in a qualified domestic relations order With that single exception, ERISA generally prohibits alienation of a participant's benefits, including bankruptcy circumstances see anti-alienation
As a person becomes aware of his realself, he also becomes aware of his ontological distance, or alienation, from it and its world and life At the same time, the person who is increasing his degree of realself also feels alienated from his socialself and its world and life He feels this because as he is becoming more his realself he is also becoming less his socialself by increasing his ontological distance from it, its world, and its life
the power of an owner to dispose of interest in land or property In particular land may be alienated from the State and granted to private individuals
Defined in the Forest Practices Code of British Columbia Act as any land that has had its "right-to-use" transferred from the Crown through grant, lease, or permit or has a special interest noted, as in reserves Land may be so designated permanently or temporarily
The voluntary or involuntary act of transferring ownership, title, or interest to another Real property is usually sold on a voluntary basis Involuntary alienation is the act of transferring without the owner's consent, as in foreclosure
The voluntary transfer of property and possession of the land or tenements from one party to another
The act of transferring ownership in real property from one person to another
A transfer of title, or a legal conveyance of property to another
(law) the voluntary and absolute transfer of title and possession of real property from one person to another; "the power of alienation is an essential ingredient of ownership"
In the social sciences context, the state of feeling estranged or separated from one's milieu, work, products of work, or self. The concept appears implicitly or explicitly in the works of Émile Durkheim, Ferdinand Tönnies, Max Weber, and Georg Simmel but is most famously associated with Karl Marx, who spoke of workers being alienated from their work and its products under capitalism. In other contexts the term alienation, like anomie, can suggest a sense of powerlessness, meaninglessness, normlessness, social isolation, or cultural-or self-estrangement brought on by the lack of fit between individual needs or expectations and the social order
The act of alienating, or the state of being alienated
the action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly; "his behavior alienated the other students" (law) the voluntary and absolute transfer of title and possession of real property from one person to another; "the power of alienation is an essential ingredient of ownership" the feeling of being alienated from other people separation resulting from hostility
A withdrawing or estrangement, as of the affections
{i} transfer of property; estrangement; disinterest (in others, society, etc.)
the feeling of being alienated from other people separation resulting from hostility
Mental alienation; derangement of the mental faculties; insanity; as, alienation of mind
the action of alienating; the action of causing to become unfriendly; "his behavior alienated the other students"
alienation clause
A provision in a mortgage that allows the lender to declare the entire balance immediately due and payable if title to the mortgaged property is transferred without the lender's prior written consent
alienation clause
A special type of acceleration clause (See Due-On-Sale Clause)
alienation clause
A provision in a document giving a person the right to transfer or forbidding him from transferring the property which is the subject of the document
alienation clause
A clause calling for a debt under a mortgage or deed of trust to be due in its entirety upon transfer of ownership of the secured property
alienation clause
Sometimes know as a due on sale clause is found in most mortgages It states that if a borrower sells (alienates) a property, the mortgage immediately becomes due and payable
alienation clause
Calls for a debt under a mortgage or deed of trust to be due in its entirety upon transfer of ownership of the secured property
alienation clause
A provision often included in a mortgage or deed of trust that legally permits the lender (mortgagee) to demand payment of all the outstanding principal if the property is sold or transferred by the borrower (mortgagor) Such a provision is also commonly known as a due-on-sale clause
alienation clause
A provision that requires the borrower to pay the balance of the loan in a lump sum after the property is sold or transferred
alienation clause
A type of acceleration clause where a debt becomes due in its entirety upon the transfer of owner-ship of a secured property See also "Due on Sales Clause" and "Acceleration Clause "
alienation clause
A type of acceleration clause that demands payment of the entire balance upon sale or other transfer of title; also called a "due-on-sale" clause
alienation clause
This is a clause that enables the mortgagee to demand payment of the outstanding balance including interest upon sale or transfer of title (also known as a "due on sale" clause)
alienation clause
Provision in a mortgage document stating that the loan must be paid in full if ownership is transferred
alienation clause
A provision sometimes found in a promissory note or mortgage that provides that the balance of the secured debt becomes immediately due and payable at the option of the mortgagee upon the alienation of the property by the mortgagor Alienation is usually broadly defined to include any transfer of ownership, title or an interest or estate in real property, including a sale by way of a contract for deed Also called a due-on-sale clause (See acceleration clause)
alienation clause
This is a clause in a mortgage that usually specifies if you sell or transfer the property to another person, the mortgage becomes immediately due and payable (Also called an "Acceleration Clause")
alienation clause
A clause in a mortgage, which gives the lender the right to call the entire loan balance due if the property is sold; due-on-sale clause
alienation clause
A type of acceleration clause calling for a debt under a mortgage deed of trust to be due in its entirety upon transfer of ownership of the secured property Also called a due-on-sale clause
alienation clause
A term of a mortgage which allows the creditor to demand payment in full of principal and interest due upon the sale of the property
alienation clause
A mortgage provision requiring that the balance of that loan be repaid in full if the property is sold or transferred
alienation clause
A clause within a loan instrument calling for a debt in its entirety upon the transfer of ownership of the secured property Also called a "due on sale" clause
alienation clause
A clause in a promissory note or mortgage which provides that the balance of the secured debt becomes immediately due and payable at the option of the mortgagee upon the alienation of the property by the mortgagor
alienation clause
Clause in a loan document providing for fall payment if the property is sold
alienation clause
A special type of acceleration clause that demands payment of the entire loan balance upon sale or other transfer of the title See also "Due on Sale Clause"
alienation of affection
a tort based on willful and malicious interference with the marriage relation by a third party without justification or excuse
alienation of affection
The wrongful or injurious act of interfering with an affectionate relationship so that one person loses affection for the other
parental alienation syndrome
A controversial term for a disturbance in which children are obsessively preoccupied with depreciation and/or criticism of a parent
alienation
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