Customary rights are rights acquired by custom and recognized by all inhabitants of a particular place.
A consensual union is when two people choose to live together as if they were married, but their relationship is not recognized legally.
Compulsory acquisition is the power a government holds to acquire private rights in land without the willing consent of its owner or occupant in order to benefit society.
Communal tenure is a form of shared tenure (see definition for shared tenure). A group holds secure and exclusive collective rights to own, manage and/or use land and natural resources.
Common ownership is a form of shared tenure (see definition for shared tenure). More than one person or organization owns land or other property—each person owns a portion of the whole, divided equally unless otherwise stated.