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Melior est conditio possidentis

The Latin phrase “Melior est conditio possidentis” can be translated to “Better is the condition of the possessor” in English. The phrase conveys the idea that possessing something is generally more advantageous than not having it. The phrase highlights the benefits of having ownership or control over something.

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