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  • n. The principle by which property rights extend vertically upwards and, sometimes, downwards from a property; it is used to describe air rights or no-fly zones, as well as rights to resources under the soil, such as mineral rights, among others.


Latin ad ("to") coelum ("the sky") (Wiktionary)


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