In-rem



[in rem] /ɪn ˈrɛm/

adverb, adjective, Law.
1.
(of a legal proceeding or judgment) directed against a thing, rather than against a person, as a legal proceeding for the recovery of property.
/ɪn ˈrɛm/
adjective
1.
(law) (of a judicial act) directed against property rather than against a specific person Compare in personam

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